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ACCTG 020 - Financial Accounting  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: ACCTG 101 with C or better, or MATH 111 with P grade
This introductory financial accounting course is designed for transfer students in business, information systems, and/or accounting. Students will study topics which include the accounting cycle, preparation and analysis of financial statements, internal control, depreciation, inventories, receivables, liabilities, stockholders' equity, ethical issues, and accounting as a decision-making tool.
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94817 101 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—11:40 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T419  Ferrell, Linda
94818 102 Lec MW   12:15 PM—02:40 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T419  Ferrell, Linda
  102 Lec MW   12:15 PM—02:40 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T419  Ferrell, Linda
94819 103 Lec TTH   06:30 PM—08:55 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T419  Martinelli, Mark
94820 104 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Chawla, Gurdeep
This is an online section.
ACCTG 021 - Managerial Accounting  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: ACCTG 020 with C or better
Students are introduced to managerial decision-making using accounting information. Students will study topics including the master budget, static and flexible budgets, Statement of Cash Flows, capital budgeting techniques, cost-volume-profit relationships, contribution margin approach to decision-making, cost behavior analysis, job order and process costing, activity-based costing and just-in-time manufacturing, standard costing, responsibility accounting, cost performance reporting, special business decisions, financial statement analysis, incremental analysis, break-even analysis, and pricing under absorption and variable costing.
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94821 101 Lec MW   09:15 AM—11:40 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T419  Ferrell, Linda
94822 102 Lec MW   06:30 PM—08:55 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T313  Torres, Daniel
ACCTG 030 - QuickBooks  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ACCTG 101 or ACCTG 020 or ACCTG 001A, all with a C or better
Students will use QuickBooks software to learn accounting. This course in computer-based accounting gives students hands-on use of QuickBooks business forms for recording sales and receivables, payables and purchases, and payroll. Students will explore various methods of business problem solving.
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94823 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Chawla, Gurdeep
  101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Chawla, Gurdeep
This is an online section.
ACCTG 063 - Intermediate Accounting  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: ACCTG 001B or ACCTG 021 with C or better
Students examine comprehensive and up-to-date accounting topics. Topics include the conceptual framework of accounting, income statement, balance sheet and statement of cash flows, inventory, plant assets, depreciation, intangible assets, and investments. Emphasis is placed on the study of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and their impact on the financial statement presentation required by the Financial Accounting Standards Board.
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94825 101 Lec MW   06:15 PM—08:40 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T419  Martinelli, Mark
ACCTG 097 - Introduction to Income Taxes  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Students are introduced to Federal Individual Income Taxation with emphasis on statutory materials, principles, procedures, and terminology. Students focus on tax problems encountered by individual taxpayers and the basic concepts of gross income, exclusions, adjusted gross income, deductions, exemptions, and tax credits. Topics will include: tax avoidance, tax planning techniques, issues of gift and estate taxation, and tax preparation for other entities, such as partnerships and corporations. A comparative analysis of California tax law will also be provided.
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94826 101 Lec T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T418  Chow, George
ACCTG 101 - Bookkeeping for Small Business  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students are introduced to accounting principles and procedures that apply to the operations of a small business. Students will analyze and process transactions, develop financial statements, and adjust and close records for a complete accounting cycle for service and merchandising businesses. Students will use course management software to enhance learning by performing simulated accounting activities. This course prepares students for positions as accounting assistants or entry level bookkeepers.
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94827 101 Lec M   04:00 PM—06:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T313  Torres, Daniel
  101 Lab W   04:00 PM—05:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T313  Torres, Daniel
ADS 070 - Intro Chemical Dependency  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Students will examine cultural, historical and political influences on alcohol and drug abuse and its impact on the community. Sociocultural factors that contribute to the use of drugs, addiction issues will be examined through the lens of Western and non-western societies, as well as a comparisons between the impact of substance use on gender, diverse ages and subgroups. As an overview course, the review of the pattern and progression of chemical addiction will connect treatment modalities and interventions from a theoretical perspective. Students will be required to attend outside workshops or events.
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94492 101 Lec M   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE123  Grozier, Ivey
94494 102 Lec W   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 OFC  Iacocca, Demetria
This section is reserved for participants in the Reentry program.
95361 103 Lec TH   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE127  Kendrick, Francelia
ADS 071 - Pharm/Physiology of Addiction  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Corequisite: ADS 070
Students will examine in-depth the pharmacological and physiological effects of alcohol and other drugs, physical consequences of chemical dependency, and pharmacological/physiological treatment and recovery strategies.
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94495 101 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE123  Flores, Jose
ADS 072 - Codependency & Family Dynamics  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Corequisite: ADS 070
Students will examine codependency through attachment theory across the lifespan. Codependency behaviors will be explored as a response to disrupted attachment, which includes individual, sociocultural, psychological and physiological impact. The physical legacy of disrupted attachment is connected with the neurological and Central Nervous System changes resulting from the ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) study indicators, and the legacy of this impact across the lifespan.   Course topics include attachment theory definitions and characteristics, Pia Mellody's Five Core Symptoms, genograms, dysfunctional and healthy family systems, codependency and parenting, social and cultural indicators, the psychical legacy of disrupted attachment which includes damage to the immune system, approaches to recovery, and tools of recovery. Students will be required to attend self-help groups in the community.
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94496 101 Lec T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Cook, Mary
ADS 073 - Case Management  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Corequisite: ADS 070
Students will learn to conduct an assessment, orientation, treatment planning, record keeping, and relapse prevention (aftercare planning) from an ASAM (American Society of Addiction Medicine) models in case management. Students will be required to attend outside self-help workshops or events.
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94497 101 Lec W   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE123  Flores, Jose
ADS 074 - Ethics & Personal/Profess Grow  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Corequisite: ADS 070
Students will learn to address ethical, personal, and professional issues for alcohol and drug counselors, with an emphasis on continued individual growth and development. Ethical and professional standards, credentialing requirements, assessment of personal strengths and weaknesses, burnout and stress management, and peer networking will be examined. Students will be required to attend outside workshops or events.
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94498 101 Lec T   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T418  Cook, Mary
ADS 075A - Counseling Theories and Skills  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Corequisite: ADS 070
Students examine the theories and purposes of various counseling approaches with individuals in addiction treatment. Theories will be explored for sociological, physiological and psychological process across the lifespan of the client. Students will also practice and demonstrate skills and interventions to support the counseling progress of recovering individuals integrating both cultural and age-related issues.  
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94499 101 Lec TH   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE123  Kendrick, Francelia
ADS 076 - Law and Preven:Comm Response  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Corequisite: ADS 070
Students develop awareness of community responses to addiction by examining alcohol and drug laws, and programs of prevention, education, outreach, intervention, and referral.
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94500 101 Lec W   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE123  Grozier, Ivey
ADS 077A - Supervised Practicum A  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ADS 070, ADS 071, ADS 073, ADS 074, ADS 075A, and ADS 079A; all with C or better
Students begin the clinical counseling experience hours in an approved chemical dependency treatment facility. Direct supervision is provided by a staff member meeting CCAPP/CAADE  (California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals/California Association for Alcohol and Drug Educators) approved standards. Students apply and integrate acquired knowledge and values. This "learning by doing" requires concurrent enrollment in 2.0 units of ADS 138 Work Experience for the first half of the 255 hours required for certification and is essential to adequately prepare for professional practice.
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94501 101 Lec M   06:15 PM—07:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE125  Casper, Pauline
  101 Lab M   07:45 PM—09:00 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE125  Casper, Pauline
ADS 078 - Integrated Behavioral Health  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Students will study the differences in mental health and chemical dependency treatment cultures. They will review the key DSM5 diagnostic categories that appear in addiction treatment and approaches to assessment and treatment planning that address mental health, physical health, and substance abuse disorders. Students will examine psychotropic medication and the interaction with medication assisted approaches to treatment, as well as barriers to effective treatment. Professional ethics and scope of practice will also be covered.
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94503 101 Lec TH   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Cook, Mary
ADS 082 - Mental Health and Offenders  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Students become aware of the substantial percentage of those under criminal justice supervision that have one or more co-occurring mental disorders in addition to their substance use disorder. Students will review the intersection between behavioral health and addiction, approaches to co-occurring disorder assessment, symptoms of major mental health disorders, and trauma-informed services in the criminal justice system.
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94505 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Richardson, Stacy
This is an online section.
ADS 083 - Treatment for Offenders  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Students review the challenges facing addicted criminal justice clients. Addicted offenders may require help meeting basic life needs, such as finding housing, applying for a job, or cooking a meal. Students will explore the use of motivational interviewing to assist clients to manage their feelings, control impulses, and work toward concrete goals. Students will explore strategies and techniques which include confronting manipulation and setting boundaries.
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94507 101 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Cook, Mary
This is a late start online section.
ADS 138 - Work Experience  8.00V Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status.
Occupational Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their vocational major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a vocational program (e.g., educational plan or coursework in a vocational subject area). The Alternate Plan is designed to allow students attend school one semester and work the next. A maximum of 8 units of Occupational Work Experience credit may be earned during any one semester, to a maximum of 16 units total. Students may only take one (if any) class in addition to work experience while they are enrolled in WE 138. Enrolled in an accredited secondary program. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
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94511 101 Work experience   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Casper, Pauline
94513 102 Work experience   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Cook, Mary
ADS 172 - LAADC Codependency  1.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Students will learn approaches to codependency from an attachment theory, behavioral, and physical perspective. Course covers topics that include attachment theory definitions and characteristics, Pia Mellody's Five Core Symptoms, genograms, dysfunctional and healthy family systems, parenting, culture and codependency, reparenting, and approaches to recovery. This is one of six required courses for LAADC (Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor) advanced certification. This course is not transferable and does not meet requirements of the AS Degree in Alcohol and Drug Studies.
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95515 102 Online   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Cook, Mary
This is an online section.
ADS 174 - LAADC Ethics/Person/Prof Grow  1.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Students will learn to address ethical, personal, and professional concerns of alcohol and drug counselors with an emphasis on continued individual growth and development. Ethical and professional standards, credentialing requirements, and assessment of personal strengths and weaknesses will be examined. This is one of six required courses for LAADC (Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor) advanced certification. This course is not transferable and does not meet requirements of the AS Degree in Alcohol and Drug Studies.
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94516 101 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Cook, Mary
This is a late start online section.
AIRC 121 - Air Conditioning Principles  4.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students will study concepts of electricity, control, and electrical loads found on air conditioning and refrigeration circuits. The course includes both the theory and practices of electricity applicable to the air conditioning and refrigeration industries.
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95140 103 Lec T   08:30 AM—11:20 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 208  Cronan, Jonathan
  103 Lab TH   08:30 AM—11:20 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 208  Cronan, Jonathan
95769 104 Lec TTH   05:00 PM—06:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 212  Cronan, Jonathan
  104 Lab TTH   06:30 PM—07:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 107L  Cronan, Jonathan
95770 105 Lec TTH   08:00 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 212  Cronan, Jonathan
  105 Lab TTH   09:30 PM—10:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 107L  Cronan, Jonathan
AIRC 122 - Refrigeration Principles  4.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students will study concepts of the vapor compression refrigeration system. The course includes both the theory and practice applicable to the mechanical function of air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
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94830 101 Lec MW   07:05 PM—08:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 107C  Parent, Daniel
  101 Lab MW   05:35 PM—06:55 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 208L  Parent, Daniel
94831 102 Lec MW   07:05 PM—08:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 107C  Parent, Daniel
  102 Lab MW   08:35 PM—09:55 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 208L  Parent, Daniel
AIRC 131 - Intermediate Air Conditioning  4.50 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: AIRC 121 and AIRC 122, both with C or better
Students will gain technical knowledge and skills in the service, construction, and repair of medium to large central air conditioning systems. Students learn about comfort air conditioning systems, mechanical refrigeration systems, psychrometrics, humidification process, dehumidification process, duct systems, Fan Laws as well as the service procedures for central air conditioning systems.
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94832 101 Lec MW   06:00 PM—07:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 208  Cronan, Jonathan
  101 Lab M   08:00 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 209L  Cronan, Jonathan
AIRC 138 - Work Experience  8.00V Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status.
Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their career major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a career program (e.g., education plan or coursework in a career/technical subject area). Students can earn one unit of credit for each 60 hours of unpaid volunteer time or 75 hours of paid work during the semester. Students can repeat Career/Technical Work Experience, combined with General Work Experience, or alone, up to a maximum of 16 units. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
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94834 101 Work experience   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Cronan, Jonathan
AIRC 141 - Hydronics and Air Distribution  3.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: AIRC 131 and AIRC 132; both with C or better
Students will learn the analyses, maintenance, and service of hydronic heating and cooling systems and air distribution systems. Students will analyze design calculations, heat loss/gain, friction loss, and system balance for residential and commercial applications. Students will also study indoor air quality, water treatment,  fan and pump performance and applications. Field trips may be required.
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94835 101 Lec W   05:45 PM—08:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 210  Penning, Kent
AIRC 145 - Sheet Metal  2.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students are introduced to the concepts of design, construction, and installation of sheet metal for the air conditioning industry. Students will learn the fundamentals of sheet metal working processes, such as layout, cutting, forming, and fabrication, and will apply these fundamentals to hands-on lab projects.
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94836 101 Lec F   05:30 PM—06:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 208  Cannizzaro, Cassidy
  101 Lab F   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 207L  Cannizzaro, Cassidy
AJ 010 - Intro to Admin of Justice  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Students are introduced to the history and philosophy of administration of justice including law enforcement, the courts, and corrections. Students study the responsibilities of criminal justice agents, legal frameworks, and the role of the justice system in a pluralistic society. Students will also explore the concepts of crime causation, punishments and rehabilitation, and training standards of criminal justice personnel.
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94519 101 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE127  Portales, Elias
94521 103 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Portales, Elias
This is an online section.
95548 104 Lec TTH   01:05 PM—02:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/18/18 MIL-C1  Corpuz, Armando
This is a dual-enrollment section offered at Milpitas High School. It is reserved for students of Milpitas High School only.
95550 105 Lec TTH   11:20 AM—12:55 PM 08/21/18— 12/04/18 LVHS  Hernandez, Mario
This is a dual-enrollment section offered at Luis Valdez High School. It is reserved for students of Luis Valdez High School only.
AJ 011 - Criminal Law  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Students study concepts of criminal law including history, philosophy, and legal structure. Students will examine definitions and classifications of crime, case law analysis, the court system, and the U.S. Constitution. Students will also explore crimes against person, property crimes, and the legal system as a social and cultural ideology.
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94522 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Singh, Ranjan
This is an online section.
AJ 015 - Intro Criminal Investigation  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Students are introduced to fundamental principles and procedures of criminal investigation including crime scene management, documentation methods, rules of evidence, and interviewing and interrogation. Students will also examine modus operandi, sources of information, chain of custody, and investigative techniques related to persons and property crimes.
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94523 101 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE127  Millard, Robert
AJ 016 - Street Law  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will learn about practical aspects of civil, criminal, constitutional, family, immigration, and consumer law in a diverse society with an orientation toward civic involvement in the local community. This course will cover the evaluation, debate, and critical analysis of law and legal issues that affect individuals, their families, and communities. This course will also examine information on careers in law. Students will be required to participate in a community-based event.
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94524 101 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE127  Crawford, Philip
AJ 019 - Law Enforce Multicultural Com  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Students examine the complex, dynamic relations between multicultural communities and the justice system in addressing crime and conflict with an emphasis on the challenges and prospects of administering justice. Topics will include the consensus and conflicting values in culture, religion, and law.
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94525 101 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE127  Neumer, Keith
AJ 098 - Directed Study  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: AJ 010 or AJ 126
Individual or small groups of students, with previous course work in the discipline, who would benefit from Independent Study under the direction of faculty members in specific or related disciplines may develop individualized learning contracts designed to enhance their individual instructional programs. The students and the faculty member will develop appropriate learning outcomes and activities. The number of units to be earned will be determined by the faculty and Division Dean. Instructions and the Learning Contract forms are available in the Division office. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 units across all disciplines.
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95646 101   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Hernandez, Mario
AJ 112 - Introduction to Evidence  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students examine the history, legal standards, and social apects of the rules of evidence including burden of proof, rules governing admissibility, hearsay, relevance, and types of evidence. Students will also explore judicial considerations, documentary evidence, and issues relating to witness examination and competency, and privileges.
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94526 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Crawford, Jean
This is an online section.
AJ 116 - Intro to Corrections  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students learn about the history, theory, and practice of the correctional process in America with critical analysis of adult and juvenile correctional institutions, probation, parole, and community-based alternatives. Specific issues facing correctional systems such as inmate constitutional rights, effects of institutionalization, cost, overcrowding, ethnicity, gender, and aging are also explored.
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94527 101 Lec T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE127  Millard, Robert
AJ 126 - Fund Ct Ops-Legal Process  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will review and analyze the procedures and case-flow of the variety of case types processed in California Courts. Legal terminology unique to the judicial branch will be covered. Students examine the duties of court clerks in the processing of legal documents and in their role as custodians of judicial records. Attendance at a court session will be required.
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95484 101 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18  
This is an online section.
AJ 128 - Public Trust & Confidence  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will review and analyze the importance of court accountability, transparency, and procedural fairness to instill the public's trust and confidence in the courts. Students will discuss purposes and tools of court performance and how court performance directly relates to the public's perception of the court system. Students will identify the relationship among the court, the media, and the community.
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95479 101 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Dorfman, Sherry
This is an online section.
AJ 133 - Career Readiness  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will examine the variety of careers in the judicial branch and justice system. Students will learn about the public employment process and the basics of a successful application. They will identify the key knowledge, skills, and abilities involved in the employment process, such as locating job opportunities, writing resumes, networking, preparing for employment testing, and interviewing techniques. Topics will also include employer expectations, performance management, and work/life balance.
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94529 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Dorfman, Sherry
This is an online section.
AJ 138 - Work Experience  8.00V Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status.
Occupational Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their career major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a career program (e.g., education plan or coursework in a career/occupational subject area). Students can earn one unit of credit for each 60 hours of unpaid volunteer time or 75 hours of paid work during the semester. Students can repeat Career/Occupational Work Experience, combined with General Work Experience, or alone, up to a maximum of 16 units. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
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94530 101 Work experience   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Hernandez, Mario
ANTH 063 - Intro-Social and Cultural Anth  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students are introduced to the field of social and cultural anthropology. Topics include the development of the field of anthropology, the concept of culture, language, Ethnicity and communication, patterns of subsistence and economic systems. Other topics covered are gender and marriage, family, kinship and descent, political systems, spirituality, religion, the arts, and the challenge of globalization.
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95218 101 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE123  Akolo, Meleana
APE 053E - Adap Low Imp Walk/Jog for Hlth  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Students with disabilities are introduced to the benefits of exercise through walking and jogging and to the principles of exercise which will increase cardiovascular conditioning, endurance and flexibility. Adaptations will be integrated per the disability.
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93205 101 Lab TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 110L  Rafat, Tait
APE 500 - Adapted Body Conditioning  0.00 Units
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Students with disabilities will participate in personalized exercise programs created to focus on strength training, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility. Emphasis is on encouraging independence through the teaching of lifelong fitness skills.
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93206 101 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 110L  Rafat, Tait
93207 102 Lab MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 110L  Rafat, Tait
93208 103 Lab TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 110L  Rafat, Tait
93210 104 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 110L  Rafat, Tait
ART 012 - Two-Dimensional Design  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students are introduced to the theories and applications of two-dimensional (flat surface) form in visual art and design. Students will use a variety of media, tools, and techniques in studying line form, volume, space, value, texture, balance, proportion, movement, light and contrast. The course may include field trips.
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94531 101 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A214  Harris-Sintamarian, Emanuela
  101 Lab MW   10:15 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A214  Harris-Sintamarian, Emanuela
ART 013 - Three Dimensional Design  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students are introduced to the principles and applications of design in three-dimensional form in space. Students study the elements and principles of design, using a variety of tools, techniques, and mediums which may include wire, cardboard, clay, and other materials at the instructor's discretion, in a studio lab setting. Field trips may be required.
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94532 101 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A213  Gregor, Michelle
  101 Lab MW   01:15 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A120  Gregor, Michelle
ART 024 - Beginning Drawing  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students are introduced to the fundamental elements and compositional principles of drawing. Lecture and studio practice will emphasize a variety of media, tools, and techniques in studying the elements and principles of drawing, including line, shape, value, perspective, proportion, balance, and unity. The course may include field trips.
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94534 101 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A217  Mathias, Eve
  101 Lab MW   10:15 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A217  Mathias, Eve
94535 102 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A217  Bell, Judith
  102 Lab TTH   01:15 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A217  Bell, Judith
ART 026 - Intermediate Drawing  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 024 with C or better
Students will build on fundamental drawing skills to develop personalized approaches to content and materials in exercises using multiple historical and contemporary approaches to drawing. Students will explore artistic concepts, styles, and creative expression appropriate to intermediate-level drawing, focusing on complex subject matter and concepts using a variety of drawing mediums, techniques, and methodologies. Field trips may be required.
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94536 101 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A217  Kennedy, Deborah
  101 Lab TTH   10:15 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A217  Kennedy, Deborah
ART 040 - Ceramic Sculpture 1  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $30)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: ART 046A or ART 013 with C or better
Students are introduced to expressive and technical principles in ceramic sculpture. Students will study the techniques and history of ceramic sculpture and develop a personal mode of expression and aesthetic development through class projects and research. Field trips will be required.
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94537 101 Lec S   09:00 AM—10:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A213  Gregor, Michelle
  101 Lab S   11:00 AM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  Gregor, Michelle
ART 042 - Beginning Sculpture I  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $28)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students are introduced to three-dimensional sculptural principles, techniques, and concepts utilizing a range of materials and practices. Students will practice various sculptural methods with attention to creative selfexpression and historical context. A field trip may be required.
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94538 101 Lec S   09:00 AM—10:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A213  Gregor, Michelle
  101 Lab S   11:00 AM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  Gregor, Michelle
ART 046A - Beginning Ceramics I  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $25)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students study fundamentals of clay construction including hand building techniques, use of the potter's wheel, surface decoration and glazing, and firing. The theories and practices of the ceramic medium and it's place in human history and world culture will be covered. Field trips may be required.
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94539 101 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  McGinley, John
  101 Lab TTH   01:15 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  McGinley, John
94540 102 Lec MW   06:15 PM—07:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A213  Gregor, Michelle
  102 Lab MW   07:15 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  Gregor, Michelle
ART 046B - Beginning Ceramics II  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $25)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 046A with C or better
Students continue study of clay construction including hand building, wheel throwing, surface decoration, and firing. Emphasis is on individual aesthetic development and personal expression. Field trips may be required.
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94541 101 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  McGinley, John
  101 Lab TTH   01:15 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  McGinley, John
94542 102 Lec MW   06:15 PM—07:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A213  Gregor, Michelle
  102 Lab MW   07:15 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  Gregor, Michelle
ART 060 - Beginning Painting I  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 024 with a C or better
Students will explore a variety of methods of approach, learn various techniques, test the effects of different color schemes, become familiar with tools and materials of the craft, and develop skills related to painting through illustrated lectures, demonstrations, and studio practice. Beginning Painting is an introductory studio course in acrylic and oil painting media.
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94543 101 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A214  Mathias, Eve
  101 Lab MW   01:15 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A214  Mathias, Eve
ART 061 - Beginning Painting II  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 060 with C or better, or equivalent
Art 61 expands the students knowledge gained in Art 60, emphasizing development of personal aesthetics and composition. Conceptual issues will be introduced. Students will experiment with media, content and technique to further explore and develop their aesthetic style.
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94544 101 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A214  Mathias, Eve
  101 Lab MW   01:15 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A214  Mathias, Eve
ART 071 - Introduction to Media Arts  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: Students should be familiar with computers and external devices such as cameras
Students will study key concepts of interactive media. Topics include its hardware and software, current applications, tools and techniques, aesthetics, and content development. Students will also develop a short multimedia piece.
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94545 101 Lec MW   10:45 AM—11:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T401  Rufeisen, Eduardo
  101 Lab MW   11:45 AM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T401  Rufeisen, Eduardo
ART 072 - Computer Graphics  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: Cross-platform computer literacy and file management competency are highly recommended
Students learn fundamental concepts and practices of creating computer graphics. Topics will include using design elements, creating layouts, working among software programs, using scanners, digital cameras and other input devices, and printing. Students will apply the foundational principles and elements of design in a computer setting.
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94546 101 Lec F   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T303  Golder, Carla
  101 Lab F   11:15 AM—03:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T303  Golder, Carla
ART 074 - Media Arts Project Development  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: ART 072 or ART 078 or ART 079B or ART 084B; all with C or better
Students will acquire the skills to produce media arts projects including content development, project management, selection of appropriate hardware/software, skills development, editing and production methods. Students will work independently or in teams to produce media arts projects.
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94547 101 Lec MW   10:45 AM—11:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T401  Rufeisen, Eduardo
  101 Lab MW   11:45 AM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T401  Rufeisen, Eduardo
ART 078 - Digital Video  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students will learn how to shoot, download, edit, and digitize video for use in a variety of media. Topics will include an overview of tools available for digital video production, selecting and/ or creating video, audio and graphic elements, digitizing and editing video and audio elements. Copyright and legal issues will be discussed. Field trips may be required.
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94550 101 Lec MW   02:30 PM—03:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T303  Rufeisen, Eduardo
  101 Lab MW   03:30 PM—05:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T303  Rufeisen, Eduardo
ART 079A - Web Design 1  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students will study the key concepts of building well-designed and functional web sites. Topics will include analysis of web architecture, an introduction to HTML and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), creation of web appropriate graphics, designing for different devices, and web accessibility issues
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94551 101 Lec MW   02:30 PM—03:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T401  Blumeneau, Audrey
  101 Lab MW   03:30 PM—05:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T401  Blumeneau, Audrey
ART 079B - Web Design 2  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: ART 079A with C or better
Students who have completed Web Design 1 will take their skills to the next level. Students will study topics that will include analysis and deconstruction of web sites, advanced design concepts, integrating media, designing for multiple platforms, and an exploration of the latest technology. Students will be expected to work independently.
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94552 101 Lec MW   02:30 PM—03:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T401  Blumeneau, Audrey
  101 Lab MW   03:30 PM—05:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T401  Blumeneau, Audrey
ART 089 - Special Projects in Ceramics  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $25)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 046B with C or better
Students will improve and develop skills in a specialized area of ceramic art. Field trips will be required.
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94555 101 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  McGinley, John
  101 Lab TTH   01:15 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  McGinley, John
94556 102 Lec MW   06:15 PM—07:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A213  Gregor, Michelle
  102 Lab MW   07:15 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A118  Gregor, Michelle
ART 090 - Art Appreciation  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Students will develop an appreciation of the visual arts, aesthetics, and creative process. They are introduced to the analysis of art in terms of form, function, process, content, and themes. Students receive a broad overview of the visual arts, its elements and principles, media, techniques, and terminology. Students will also examine the role of art criticism and aesthetics in a historical and cultural context. Field trips may be required.
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94557 101 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Harris-Sintamarian, Emanuela
ART 091 - Art History-Prehistoric-Gothic  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students will study Western art history from the Prehistoric through the Gothic periods. Course content emphasizes painting, sculpture, and architecture from the most important centers of culture, and how art reflects historical, social, political, and religious attitudes of the time. Comparative analysis of styles with critical evaluation of aesthetics. A field trip may be required.
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94559 101 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE127  Connor, Allison
94560 102 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A112  Adkins, Jason
ART 092 - Surv Art Hist-Renscn to Pres  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Students will study Western and Non-Western art history from the Renaissance through the present. Course content emphasizes painting, sculpture, and some architecture from the most important centers of culture, and how art reflects historical occurrences, social, political, and religious attitudes of the time. Comparative analysis of styles and artists with critical evaluation of aesthetics will be included. Topics include Early to High Renaissance, Mannerism, Baroque, Rococo, Romanticism, Impressionism, Post Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, Abstract Expressionism, Post Modernism. A field trip may be required.
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94561 101 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A112  Connor, Allison
ART 098 - Directed Study  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 026, ART 055B, ART 061, ART 076B, ART 079B, ART 084B, ART 095B, or ART 089 with C or better
Individual or small groups of students with previous coursework in the discipline who would benefit from Independent Study under the direction of faculty members in specific or related disciplines may develop individualized learning contracts designed to enhance their individual instructional programs. The students and the faculty member will determine appropriate learning objectives and activities as well as the number of units to be earned. Instructions and the Learning Contract forms are available in the Division office. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 units across all disciplines.
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95768 101   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Gregor, Michelle
ASTRO 010 - Introduction to Astronomy  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students will study astronomical processes related to the structure and origin of the solar system, the Milky Way, the lives of stars, galaxies, and the search for extraterrestrial life. The relationship of these processes to each other and to overarching astronomy concepts, such as the evolution of our universe and the laws of physics will be examined. Major focus includes the impact these processes have on civilization and recent research. The scientific method is illustrated as it relates to analyzing astronomy problems. ASTRO 010 taken with ASTRO 010L meets the lab science requirement for graduation/transfer.
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92866 101 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S213  Chaharsough-Shirazi, Atousa
92867 102 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S213  Christen, Oliver
92868 103 Hybrid W   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S213  Smay, Jessica
This is a hybrid section. The class is taught both in person and online. There are required on-campus meetings and required online learning.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
92869 104 Hybrid M   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S213  Smay, Jessica
This is a hybrid section. The class is taught both in person and online. There are required on-campus meetings and required online learning.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
ASTRO 010L - Intro Lab General Astronomy  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ASTRO 010 with C or better
Corequisite: Or concurrent enrollment in ASTRO 010
ASTRO 010L is an introductory laboratory course in general astronomy. Students will make observations with portable telescopes on campus and use computer simulations to help visualize astronomical events. Students will make use of models to reproduce the apparent motion of planets and stars in the sky. They will investigate the properties of light and how our view of astronomical phenomena is affected by those properties. They will also explore astronomy in the news including current NASA missions and the search for signs of life's footprints outside of Earth. ASTRO 010L satisfies the CSU lab science requirement only if student has completed ASTRO 010.
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92870 101 Lab M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S213  Adham, Nargis
BIOL 004A - General Principles & Cell Biol  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 013 and ENGL (092 or 104) and CHEM 001A; all with C or better
Recommended: Recently completed biology course with high B or better in high school or college (i.e. Biol 20, Biol 21).
Biology 004A is the first course in a two term sequence for students exploring a career in the sciences, teaching, medicine, or biochemistry. This lecture and laboratory course emphasizes scientific method, biochemistry, cell structure and function, bioenergetics, cell reproduction, genetics, laboratory techniques in molecular genetics, and microevolutionary concepts and processes. Field trips may be required.
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92872 101 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Fitzgerald, Matthew
  101 Lab MW   08:45 AM—11:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S130  Fitzgerald, Matthew
92874 103 Lec MW   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S130  Krylova, Irina
  103 Lab MW   07:30 PM—10:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S130  Krylova, Irina
BIOL 004B - Biodiversity & Organismal Bio  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Prerequisite: BIOL 004A with C or better or equivalent
Biology 004B is the second course in a two-term sequence for students preparing for careers in the sciences, including the health sciences, biochemistry, research, and teaching.  Students will study the basic biology and diversity of unicellular and multicellular organisms by emphasizing evolutionary theory, Earth history, phylogeny, form and function/adaptation, physiology, and ecology of life on Earth.  Field studies may be required.
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92875 101 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Hurst, Karen
  101 Lab MW   08:45 AM—11:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S133  Hurst, Karen
92876 102 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Hurst, Karen
  102 Lab MW   02:00 PM—05:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S133  Hurst, Karen
BIOL 020 - Human Biology  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students will be introduced to the principles of human biology covering all systems of the body including structure and function, diseases, and application of biotechnology. This course is intended for students in non-science majors to meet general education (life science) with a laboratory requirement.
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92877 101 Lec S   09:15 AM—12:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S133  Kalu, George
  101 Lab S   01:00 PM—04:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S133  Kalu, George
92878 102 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Datta, Sanhita
  102 Lab T   11:15 AM—02:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S133  Datta, Sanhita
92879 103 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Datta, Sanhita
  103 Lab TH   11:15 AM—02:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S133  Datta, Sanhita
92880 104 Lec T   02:30 PM—05:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Datta, Sanhita
  104 Lab TH   02:30 PM—05:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S133  Datta, Sanhita
92881 105 Lec T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S133  Markowitz, Wendy
  105 Lab TH   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S133  Markowitz, Wendy
BIOL 021 - General Biology  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students will study the general principles and basic concepts of biology. The course includes the characterization of and classification of living systems, the cell, metabolism, development, genetics, evolution, ecology, dissection, and human health and reproduction. This is an introductory course for non-science majors. This course is not designed for biology or related pre-professional majors, except as a prerequisite for other biology courses.
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92882 101 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Johnson, Robert
  101 Lab M   12:40 PM—03:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S134  Johnson, Robert
92883 102 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Johnson, Robert
  102 Lab W   12:40 PM—03:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S134  Johnson, Robert
92884 103 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Drazkiewicz, Aneta
  103 Lab T   12:40 PM—03:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S134  Drazkiewicz, Aneta
92885 104 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S203  Pal, Gayatri
  104 Lab M   08:40 AM—11:45 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S134  Pal, Gayatri
92886 105 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S203  Hurst, Karen
  105 Lab T   08:40 AM—11:45 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S134  Hurst, Karen
92887 106 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Kappus, Sara
  106 Lab T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S134  Kappus, Sara
92888 107 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Kappus, Sara
  107 Lab W   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S134  Schriber, Jennifer
BIOL 061 - Human Heredity  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students will study the importance of human heredity in our lives, emphasizing the rapidly changing areas of human heredity and specific genetic disorders. The course includes the role of genetics in medicine, agriculture, and recombinant DNA Technology, and will explore the role and importance of genetic counselors and the genetic tests for disorders.  This course is designed for non-science majors.
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92889 101 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S204  Markowitz, Wendy
92890 102 Lec T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Keys, Sherri
BIOL 063 - Ecology  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 2
Students will study organisms, matter, and energy and their relationships to natural cycles, succession, and conservation. They will analyze environmental crises in the world today using ecological principles. This is a general Biology science course designed for students not majoring in Biology.
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92891 101 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S204  Keys, Sherri
BIOL 071 - Human Anatomy  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Prerequisite: BIOL 021, with C or better
Students will study the structure of the human body: identifying its parts and systems, understanding interrelationships between the parts and systems, and making clinical applications. Laboratory activity includes the study of models, dissection of a human cadaver and other selected mammalian organs, and use of the microscope. This course is required for four-year nursing and pre-professional majors such as Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, and Chiropractic.
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92892 101 Lec TTH   10:50 AM—12:10 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Sainten, Adrienne
  101 Lab TTH   07:35 AM—10:40 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S126  Khomtchouk, Kelly
92893 102 Lec TTH   10:50 AM—12:10 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Sainten, Adrienne
  102 Lab TTH   02:00 PM—05:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S126  Sainten, Adrienne
92894 103 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Koppikar, Saneet
  103 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S126  Koppikar, Saneet
92895 104 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S203  Markowitz, Timothy
  104 Lab MW   07:30 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S126  Markowitz, Timothy
92896 105 Lec MW   05:15 PM—06:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Hubbard, Jonathan
  105 Lab MW   06:45 PM—09:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S126  Hubbard, Jonathan
BIOL 072 - Human Physiology  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: BIOL 071 and (CHEM 001A or CHEM 015 or CHEM 030A or CHEM 032A) and MATH 013; all with C or better
Students will explore the different body systems (e.g. nervous, endocrine, muscular, urinary, respiratory, cardiovascular, reproductive) along with cellular physiology and metabolism.  Students will also learn to use physiology to help diagnose and treat disease, along with answering questions like: "If you pull someone’s heart out of their chest, why does the heart keep beating? Why is 0.9% NaCl often the IV of choice in hospitals? Why is it dangerous to drink too much water too fast? Why do you feel dizzy when you stand up?"  This course is required for four-year nursing and pre-professional majors in the health science field. 
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92897 101 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Rojo, Carlos
  101 Lab MW   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S126  Rojo, Carlos
92898 102 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Rojo, Carlos
  102 Lab MW   02:00 PM—05:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S126  Rojo, Carlos
92899 103 Lec TTH   05:15 PM—06:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S205  Cabanilla, Joanne
  103 Lab TTH   06:45 PM—09:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S126  Cabanilla, Joanne
92911 104 Lec MW   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S203  Taylor, David
  104 Lab MW   07:30 PM—10:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S133  Taylor, David
92912 105 Lec THF   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B205  Rojo, Carlos
  105 Lab THF   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S130  Rojo, Carlos
  105 Lab THF   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S130  Rojo, Carlos
BIOL 074 - General Microbiology  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Prerequisite: (CHEM 001A or CHEM 015 or CHEM 030A or CHEM 032A) and (BIOL 071 or BIOL 072); all with C or better
Students are introduced to the structure and activities of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, protozoa, fungi, helminths, and algae. Students will study the principles of microbial control, metabolism, environmental microorganism genetics, genetic engineering, disease, modes of infection, and immunity. Emphasis is on aseptic laboratory technique and the application of microbiology to human welfare.
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92913 101 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Daniel, Ann
  101 Lab TTH   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S132  Daniel, Ann
92915 102 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Daniel, Ann
  102 Lab TTH   01:55 PM—05:00 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S132  Patki, Shamal
92916 103 Lec TTH   05:00 PM—06:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Stryker, Joel
  103 Lab TTH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S132  Stryker, Joel
92917 104 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S204  Gosavi, Nirmal
  104 Lab MW   02:00 PM—05:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S132  Gosavi, Nirmal
BIOL 098 - Directed Study  0.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: BIOL 021 or BIOL 004A, with C or better
Individual or small groups of students who would benefit from Independent Study under the direction of faculty members in specific or related disciplines may develop individualized learning contracts designed to enhance their individual instructional programs. The students and the faculty member in consultation with the Division Dean will determine appropriate learning objectives and activities as well as the number of units to be earned. Instructions and the Learning Contract forms are available in the Division office. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 units across all disciplines.
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95758 101   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Hurst, Karen
95761 102   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Rojo, Carlos
BROAD 042A - Beginning Radio Production  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will be introduced to the theory, fundamentals, and practices of radio broadcast. They will begin to develop performance, interview, and research skills with respect to live broadcasting.
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94778 101 Lec W   03:00 PM—05:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T212  Gebhart, Elizabeth
  101 Lab M   03:00 PM—04:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T212  Gebhart, Elizabeth
BROAD 042B - Intermediate Radio Production  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: BROAD 042A with C or better
Students will increase understanding of broadcasting fundamentals, including on-air performance, technical operations, history, government regulations, and industry standards. Students will be introduced to station management skills. Field trips may be required.
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94779 101 Lec W   03:00 PM—05:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T212  Gebhart, Elizabeth
  101 Lab M   03:00 PM—04:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T212  Gebhart, Elizabeth
BROAD 042C - Advanced Radio Production  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: BROAD 042B with C or better
Students will study advanced on-air presentation, station management and operations, and multi-platform broadcasting. Students will manage, operate equipment, and lead on-air programs for the campus radio station. Field trips may be required.
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94780 101 Lec W   03:00 PM—05:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T212  Gebhart, Elizabeth
  101 Lab M   03:00 PM—04:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T212  Gebhart, Elizabeth
BUS 008 - Business English/Writing  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: BUS 007A and competent use of Microsoft Word and Excel programs
Students determine the content, styles, medium, and audience considerations for business communications. Students will acquire the skills to write succesful memorandums, letters, email messages, and reports. The grammar skills acquired in BUS 007A facilitate successful completion of this course. Prior completion of BUS 007A is highly recommended.
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94838 101 Lec TTH   11:15 AM—12:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T205  Layman, Norma
95198 102 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Layman, Norma
This is an online section.
BUS 068 - Entrepreneur Small Bus Mgmt  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students will study the basic elements of entrepreneurship; of starting and managing a small business. Students study management fundamentals including planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling the business. Students learn how to develop a business plan which includes: site location, legal form of business, capital requirements, raising capital, cash flow budget, and marketing and promotional plans.
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95142 103 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T418  Tran, Philip
BUS 071 - Legal Environment of Business  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students study laws and regulations affecting business decisions including legal concepts and cases in the areas of ethics, business torts, contracts, consumer and merchant sales, competition, business environment, agency, employment and business organizations.
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94840 101 Lec W   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T424  Pham, Phu
95143 102 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T424  Pritchard, Matthew
BUS 082 - Introduction to Business  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 2
Students are introduced to the business functions and practices as they have developed over time in the U.S. Students will be introduced to topics such as organizational structure and behavior, management, marketing, finance and accounting, operations and information systems, and ethical responsibilities of corporations. Special emphasis will be placed on the emergence and impact of global business, and the significance of small businesses. Underlying many of the topics will be the management aspects of planning organizing, leading and controlloing of business units. Finally, the course will cover skills and attributes necessary for successful employment in the various functions of business.
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94841 101 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T424  Votaw, Jesse
94843 103 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T424  Shankar, Ganapathy
94844 104 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Johnson, Christina
This is an online section.
95360 106 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Shan, Wenlei
This is an online section.
95365 107 Lec S   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-C1  Tran, Philip
This class is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
BUS 113 - Principles of Management  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students study fundamental theories of management, staffing, planning, organizing, controlling and leading as well as management concepts of motivation and communications. Students will also examine the application of formal organizational structure and study the impact of individual and small group behavior on organizational processes and performance. Case studies are included.
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94845 101 Lec W   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T312  Brooks, Duane
BUS 135 - Human Relations/Leadership  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students study basic concepts of individual, group, and organizational human behavior in relationship to interpersonal skills affecting productivity, performance, and human relations in the workplace. Students will focus on the interpersonal, informal, and formal communication processes, development of leadership, employer-employee and cross cultural relationships.
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94847 101 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T312  Speight, Lonnie
CA 040D - Microsoft Word Level 1  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute
Students will learn the basics of Microsoft Word including: creating documents; using tables and templates to create resumes and cover letters; creating research papers, newsletters, and merged mailing labels. In addition, students will learn how to use styles, create multilevel lists and charts, and table features. This is a self-paced course.
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94848 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Johnson, Christina
This is an online section.
CA 045D - Microsoft Word Level 2  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute
Students learn the expert level features of Microsoft Word including: building documents from reusable content, using markup tools, creating web content, using advanced editing tools, and creating mass mailings. Students also learn about creating standardized forms, managing documents, integrating MS Word with MS PowerPoint, and modifying document components. 
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94849 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
95649 102 Online   09/10/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 050D - Microsoft Excel Level 1  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute
Students will learn the basic features of Excel to create charts, work with built in mathematical functions, create tables, and manage large worksheets. Students will apply themes and conditional formatting to modify the style of the worksheet as well as save files under different formats. Students will create excel databases as well as sort and filter data. This is a self-paced course.
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94850 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Johnson, Christina
This is an online section.
CA 055D - Microsoft Excel Level 2  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute and completion of CA 050D is strongly recommended.
Students will use the advanced features of Microsoft Excel to create Pivot Table and Pivot Chart reports, audit worksheets, analyze and summarize data, create macros, and work with visual basic for applications. Students will also import data from other applications, use database statistics, manage workgoup collaboration, and prepare a workbook for final distribution. This is a self-paced course.
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94851 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 45D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
95650 102 Online   09/10/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 060D - Microsoft Access Level 1  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute
Students use the basic features of Microsoft Access to design databases. They will create database objects such as tables, queries, forms, and reports. Students will import and export data. This is a self-paced course.
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94852 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 45D, 55D, 65D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
95651 102 Online   09/10/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 065D - Microsoft Access Level 2  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute and completion of CA 060D strongly recommended
Students will use advanced features of Microsoft Access. They will customize forms and reports, create macros, Pivot Tables/Charts, integrate with other applications, secure databases, and write SQL statements. Students learn to group, and perform summary calculations in reports. They will create main forms and subforms, as well as create reports and sub reports. They will learn to import and export data between Access, Excel, and Word.
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94853 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
95652 102 Online   09/10/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 070D - Microsoft PowerPoint Level 1  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute.
Students will learn the basic features of Microsoft PowerPoint including creating new presentation, formatting, enhancing presentations with animation, video, tables, and charts. Students will also learn to create templates, review, publish, compare, combine, and protect presentations. This is a self-paced course.
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94854 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 65D,
95653 102 Online   09/10/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 075D - Microsoft PowerPoint Level 2  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will use advanced features of Microsoft PowerPoint. They will apply advanced graphic techniques, insert and embed audio and video, and use tables and pie charts. They will also learn about publishing presentations in other formats. This is a self-paced course.
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94855 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
95654 102 Online   09/10/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 080D - MS Outlook  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute
Students will learn the features of Microsoft Outlook. Students will learn features of Microsoft Outlook. They will acquire skills to create and manage email, calendars, scheduling of appointments, as well as contacts, tasks and notes. This is a self-paced course.
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94856 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
95655 102 Online   09/10/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section concurrent with CA 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, 80D. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
CA 100D - MS Office  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will gain practical  hands-on experience in creating business documents using the current version of Microsoft Office applications.  Students will learn to create, format and integrate Word and Excel documents, Access databases and PowerPoint presentations.
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94857 101 Lec TH   06:00 PM—08:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T202  Branom, Mark
  101 Lab TH   08:35 PM—09:55 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T202  Branom, Mark
CHEM 001A - General Chemistry  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: CHEM 015 and MATH 013, both with C or better
This course is the first semester of the one year college level general chemistry sequence. Students will study basic chemical principles: classification of matter, atomic structure and periodicity, chemical nomenclature, types of reactions, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, chemical bonds, physical states of matter and solution chemistry. This course is required for students majoring in physical and biological sciences and pre-professional majors, such as pre-medicine and dentistry.
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92918 101 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Cantin, Lucas
  101 Lab MW   12:40 PM—03:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S209  Taylor, Kyle
92919 102 Lec MW   05:45 PM—07:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S209  Wilcox, Allan
  102 Lab MW   07:15 PM—10:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S209  Wilcox, Allan
92920 103 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S203  Guha, Nisha
  103 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S209  Guha, Nisha
CHEM 001B - General Chemistry  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: CHEM 001A with C or better
Students will study topics including organic chemistry, thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, coordination compounds, and nuclear chemistry. The laboratory emphasizes qualitative and quantitative analysis of inorganic compounds and introduces electronic instrumentation. This course is a continuation of CHEM 001A, the second semester of a one year college level general chemistry sequence.
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92921 101 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Esfandiari, Melody
  101 Lab TTH   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S212  Cabrera, Jose
  101 Lab TTH   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S212  Cabrera, Jose
92922 102 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S123  Esfandiari, Melody
  102 Lab TTH   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S212  Esfandiari, Melody
92923 103 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S205  Cabrera, Jose
  103 Lab MW   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S212  Cabrera, Jose
CHEM 010 - Everyday Chemistry  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with a P and CHEM 010 with a C or better
Students will study how chemistry impacts their everyday life. This course includes topics that address socio-cultural aspects of chemistry such as consumer products, and food production and nutrition. Students will also examine the design, use, and life cycle of synthetic materials and their environmental impact. This course is geared for non-science majors or for students without previous background in science.
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92924 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Adamczeski, Madeline
This is an online section.
CHEM 012A - Organic Chemistry  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Prerequisite: CHEM 001B with C or better
This is the first semester of a year-long comprehensive organic chemistry course with emphasis on structure, reaction mechanisms, and kinetics. Students will study topics that include nomenclature, stereochemistry, mechanisms, reactions, and spectroscopic studies of organic compounds. They will use problem-solving techniques in order to elucidate mechanistic, structural, and stereochemical features of reactions and molecules, respectively. In lectures and laboratory students will implement methods that focus on synthesis, isolation, purification, elucidation, and identification of organic structures, instrumental methods, and data interpretation.
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92925 101 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Nguyen, Kimloan
  101 Lab TTH   07:30 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S208  Nguyen, Kimloan
92926 102 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Nguyen, Kimloan
  102 Lab TTH   12:30 PM—03:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S208  Nguyen, Kimloan
CHEM 012B - Organic Chemistry  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: CHEM 012A with C or better
The second semester of a year-long organic chemistry course designed to follow Chemistry 12A. Students will study topics including nomenclature, stereochemistry, mechanisms, reactions, and spectroscopic studies of aliphatic and aromatic alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, acids, and other classes of organic and biological compounds. Students will use problem-solving techniques in order to elucidate mechanistic and structural and stereochemical features of reactions and molecules, respectively. In lectures and laboratory students will implement methods that focus on synthesis, isolation, purification, elucidation and identification of organic structures, instrumental methods and data interpretation.
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92928 102 Lec TTH   05:45 PM—07:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S203  Jahangir, Alam
  102 Lab TTH   07:15 PM—10:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S208  Jahangir, Alam
CHEM 015 - Fundamentals of Chemistry  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with P grade
Recommended: MATH 013 may be taken prior to or concurrent with CHEM 015.
Students are introduced to the fundamentals of modern inorganic chemistry with emphasis on atomic structure, chemical bonding, chemical formulas, nomenclature, equations, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and related topics. The central nature of chemistry among other branches of science is stressed, and examples of the important role that chemistry plays in our lives are presented. CHEM 015 is intended primarily as preparation for the CHEM 001A and 001B sequence. The course also meets the general education requirements for a laboratory science.
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92930 101 Lec M   07:30 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S211  Cantin, Lucas
  101 Lab W   07:30 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S211  Cantin, Lucas
92931 102 Lec MW   12:30 PM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Salehi, Niloofar
  102 Lab M   02:00 PM—05:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S211  Nguyen, Kimloan
92932 103 Lec MW   12:30 PM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Salehi, Niloofar
  103 Lab W   02:00 PM—05:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S211  Stepp, Stephanie
92934 104 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S204  Song, John
  104 Lab T   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S211  Carlson, William
92936 105 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S204  Song, John
  105 Lab TH   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S211  Song, John
92938 106 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S204  Burce, Gary
  106 Lab W   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S211  Burce, Gary
92940 107 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S204  Burce, Gary
  107 Lab TH   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S211  Burce, Gary
CHEM 032A - Intro Gen, Organ & Biol Chem  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students will learn the basic principles of chemistry with emphasis on descriptive rather than theoretical chemistry. Students will study topics including the scientific method, classification and properties of matter; measurement and the metric system, atomic structure; chemical periodicity; states of matter; chemical nomenclature; ionic and covalent bonding; types of chemical reactions; mass relationships; the mole concept; properties of electrolytes; chemical equilibria and energetics; and a brief introduction to nuclear medicine. This course is designed to support students majoring in allied heath-related fields. This is a first semester course in introductory chemistry.
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92941 101 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Adamczeski, Madeline
  101 Lab M   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S212  Adamczeski, Madeline
92942 102 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Adamczeski, Madeline
  102 Lab W   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S212  Adamczeski, Madeline
92943 103 Lec M   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Ibrahim, Sami
  103 Lab W   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S212  Ibrahim, Sami
95623 104 Lec M   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Ibrahim, Sami
  104 Lab T   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S212  Adamczeski, Madeline
CHEM 098 - Directed Study  0.50 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Individual or small groups of students who would benefit fromIndependent Study under the direction of faculty members in specific or related disciplines may develop individualized learning contracts designed to enhance their individual instructional programs. The students and the faculty member in consultation with the Division Dean will determine appropriate learning objectives and activities as well as the number of units to be earned. Instructions and the Learning Contract forms are available in the Division Office. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 units across all disciplines.
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95753 101   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Cabrera, Jose
95754 102   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Cantin, Lucas
95755 103     Carlson, William
95759 104   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Nguyen, Kimloan
95771 105   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Adamczeski, Madeline
CIS 014A - Internet Principles/Protocols  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Recommended: CIS 041 or CIT 010
Students will study the principles and protocols of the Internet. Students learn methods used to move data from one location to another over the Internet including TCP/IP, Internet security, routing, DHCP, DNS, and VPN.
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94858 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sengal, Kidane
This is an online section.
CIS 017A - Windows  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: CIS 041 or equivalent strongly recommended
Students acquire skills installing, planning, implementing, configuring and maintaining the Windows operating system. Students are introduced to remote desktop and virtual mode, printing, managing data storage, network services, speech recognition, remote access services, and network monitoring. The course also includes information on virtualization support, backup and data recovery, and managing system reliability and availability.
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94859 101 Online   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Sengal, Kidane
This is an 8 week online section.
CIS 017B - Windows Server  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: CIS 017A with C or better
Students will acquire skills installing, planning, implementing, configuring and maintaining the Windows Server operating system. Students are introduced to Active Directory and account management, printing, managing data storage, network services, deploying Internet Information Server (IIS) services and Certificate Authority, remote access services, server and network monitoring. The course also includes information on virtualization, application services, data provisioning, backup and data recovery, and managing system reliability and availability.
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94860 101 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Sengal, Kidane
This is an 8 week online section.
CIS 018A - Intro to Networks  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: CIS 041 or equivalent strongly recommended
Students are introduced to the fundamentals of networking concepts and technologies. Students acquire the skills necessary to plan and implement small networks across a range of applications. Topics include the OSI model and industry standards, network topologies, IP addressing, subnet masks, networking components, and basic network design.
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94863 101 Lec MW   06:00 PM—08:30 PM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T201  Tajrishi, Majid
  101 Lab MW   08:40 PM—10:00 PM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T201  Tajrishi, Majid
This is an 8 week section.
CIS 018B - Routing & Switching Essentials  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: CIS 018A with C or better
Students acquire knowledge of how a router "learns" about remote networks and determines the best path to those networks. Students study topics including both static routing and dynamic routing protocols. Students acquire the skills necessary to plan and implement small networks using Cisco IP routers and basic switches.
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95297 102 Lec MW   06:00 PM—08:25 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T201  Tajrishi, Majid
  102 Lab MW   08:40 PM—10:00 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T201  Tajrishi, Majid
CIS 020 - XML Fundamentals  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will create their own XML documents, XML document type definitions, and schemas to describe their structure and content in building dynamic web pages. Students will also discover how to use cascading style sheets (CSS) to render XML documents using an ordinary web browser.
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94865 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Branom, Mark
This is an online section.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
CIS 022 - Database Technology  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will learn how to create a database, implement using SQL (Structured Query Language), and create access to the Internet. Students will study database concepts, structure, access methods, and design considerations. The class will focus on object-relational databases.
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94866 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sengal, Kidane
This is an online section.
CIS 023 - Javascript Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: CIS 041 or CIT 010
Students will study how to use JavaScript to create dynamic web pages, and how to add animation and interactivity to make Web pages come alive. Students will learn how to use Document Object Model (DOM), Browser Object Model (BOM), and Dynamic HTML (DHTML) to be able to develop well-formed web pages.
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94867 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Mandyam, Srinivasan
  101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Mandyam, Srinivasan
This is an online section.
CIS 024C - Python Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: CIS 041 or CIT 010
Students will study the use of Python, a programming language, to create stand-alone and web-based applications. Students will acquire skills necessary to locate, evaluate, and utilize open source web materials.
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94868 101 Lec T   12:15 PM—02:40 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T202  Ho, Jack
  101 Lab TH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T202  Ho, Jack
This course is part of the STEM Core program. To apply to STEM Core, visit www.sjccstem.weebly.com or contact TamNhu.Nguyen@sjcc.edu. Students majoring in Computer Science, Engineering, Math, Science or tech-related fields are highly encouraged to apply.

This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
95166 102 Lec T   03:05 PM—04:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-TECH  Ho, Jack
  102 Lec TH   03:05 PM—03:55 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-TECH  Ho, Jack
  102 Lab TH   04:05 PM—05:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-TECH  Ho, Jack
This class is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
95295 103 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sheikholmolouki, Daria
  103 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sheikholmolouki, Daria
This is an online section.
CIS 041 - Intro to Computer Info Sys  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students will learn basic computer concepts with an emphasis on both the personal computer and enterprise computing. Students cover topics including hardware, application and system software, the internet and World Wide Web, communications, e-commerce, societal issues, database management, systems analysis and design, programming, information systems, career opportunities, certifications in the computer field, and computer trends. Student get hands-on practice of introductory level skills in word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation graphics, and use of the internet. Students will be exposed to a programming language.
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94871 101 Lec W   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T213  Lundie, Clem
  101 Lab W   02:00 PM—02:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T213  Lundie, Clem
94874 104 Lec TH   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T213  Lundie, Clem
  104 Lab TH   02:00 PM—02:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T213  Lundie, Clem
94875 105 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sengal, Kidane
  105 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sengal, Kidane
  105 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sengal, Kidane
This is an online section.
95169 107 Lec W   05:30 PM—08:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-TECH  Lundie, Clem
  107 Lab W   08:45 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-TECH  Lundie, Clem
This class is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
95547 108 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Lundie, Clem
This is an online section.
CIS 054 - C/C++ Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: CIS 041
Students will study C, a general-purpose programming language, which features brevity of expression, modern control flow and data structures, and a rich set of operators. Students will also study C++, an object oriented programming language that is built using the C language as a base. Students will learn the importance of portability and efficiency through a variety of programming assignments. This course includes application programs and/or systems software.
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94878 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   McElroy, Daniel
  101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   McElroy, Daniel
This is an online section.
94880 103 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Tsao, Chung-Wen
  103 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Tsao, Chung-Wen
This is an online section.
95167 104 Lec M   05:30 PM—07:55 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-TECH  Farhoodfar, Avid
  104 Lab M   08:05 PM—09:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-TECH  Farhoodfar, Avid
This class is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
CIS 055 - Data Structures  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 5
Prerequisite: CIS 054 or CIS 084, both with C or better
Students learn a language-independent treatment of topics including computer organization, data formats, recursion, and abstract data types. Data structures covered include abstract data types, arrays, pointers, link lists, stacks, queues, trees, heaps, hash tables, and graphs. Applications of recursion are discussed in detail. Techniques for sorting and searching, as well as measuring algorithm performance and data structure efficiency using Big-O notation, are presented.
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94881 101 Lec TH   06:00 PM—08:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T213  Lundie, Clem
  101 Lab TH   08:35 PM—09:55 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T213  Lundie, Clem
CIS 059 - Object Oriented Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 4
Prerequisite: CIS 054 or CIS 084, both with C or better
Students learn the fundamentals and techniques of Object Oriented Programming (OOP). Topics covered include the elements of OOP, classes and objects, inheritance, polymorphism, overloading, overriding, member functions, member access, virtual functions, constructors, derived classes, dynamic objects, and exception handling. Modern programming and debugging techniques will be stressed throughout the course. Design Patterns and UML will also be introduced.
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94882 101 Lec M   06:00 PM—08:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T212  Tayco, Philip
  101 Lab M   08:35 PM—09:55 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T212  Tayco, Philip
CIS 062A - Intro PC Hardware/Diagnostics  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students acquire basic hands-on skills to operate and support today's personal computer (PC) hardware. Students study the hardware architecture and major components of the PC including diagnostic tests, processors, motherboards, memory, storage devices, peripherals, and video.  This class is the first step towards acquiring the skills needed for the CompTia A+ certification.
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95426 103 Online   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Sengal, Kidane
  103 Online   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Sengal, Kidane
This is an online section.
CIS 062B - A+ PC Hardware Technology  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: CIS 062A with C or better
Students acquire the hands-on skills needed to diagnose hardware problems, configure PC components, and replace defective computer parts. Students learn how to install boards, configure multiple hard drives, add peripheral devices, work with network adapters, solve basic printer problems, and modify CMOS setups. Other topics include diagnostic software, hardware procedures, virtualization and hard drive imaging. This class prepares students for the current CompTia A+ certification exams.
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95427 103 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Jones, Sandra
  103 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Jones, Sandra
This is an online section.
CIS 073 - Visual Basic Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Visual Basic is a programming language that allows rapid development of the Microsoft Windows graphical user interface. Students will learn to use Visual Basic .NET concepts, tools, and programming methodology to create user friendly Microsoft Windows applications.
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94884 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Lawson, Cecil
  101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Lawson, Cecil
This is an online section.
CIS 084 - Java Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: CIS 41 or equivalent
Students are introduced to the Java programming language, data types, and data structures using an object-oriented approach. Topics include problem solving, classes, variable passing, Graphical User Interface (GUI), input/output, Java libraries, applets, and exception handling.
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94886 101 Lec T   06:00 PM—08:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T205  Tayco, Philip
  101 Lab T   08:35 PM—09:55 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T205  Tayco, Philip
95296 102 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   McElroy, Daniel
  102 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   McElroy, Daniel
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work. The required in-person orientation is 9/4 at 6pm in T202. The required in-person final is 12/20 at 6pm in T203.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
CIS 106 - Technest 1: Intro Comp Coding  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Prerequisite: Successful completion of the assessment exercises must be done before student can enroll.
As the first course in the Technest Coding Academy, students will learn to think algorithmically to create code and to solve programming problems. Utilizing MIT-created instructional videos, SJCC faculty will guide, coach, and assist students in creating code. After students view the MIT lecture videos, faculty will answer questions, assist students with lab assignments, and proctor exams. Enrollment in this class is contingent upon acceptance into the Technest Coding Academy. Interested students will need to contact personnel listed in the schedule of classes. This is the MITx6.00 Introduction to Computer Science course. 
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95541 101 Lec T   06:00 PM—07:10 PM 08/21/18— 12/18/18 MIL-L1  Branom, Mark
  101 Lab S   10:00 AM—12:50 PM 08/21/18— 12/18/18 MIL-TECH  Branom, Mark
  101 Lab T   07:20 PM—08:55 PM 08/21/18— 12/18/18 MIL-L1  Branom, Mark
This section is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
95542 102 Lab S   10:00 AM—12:50 PM 08/21/18— 12/18/18 MIL-TECH  Branom, Mark
  102 Lec W   06:00 PM—07:10 PM 08/21/18— 12/19/18 MIL-L2  Branom, Mark
  102 Lab W   07:20 PM—08:55 PM 08/21/18— 12/19/18 MIL-L2  Branom, Mark
This section is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
CIS 107 - Technest 2: Data Science  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Prerequisite: Successful completion of the assessment exercises must be done before student can enroll.
As the second course in the Technest Coding Academy, students learn the three main factors of data science: inferential thinking, computational thinking, and real-world relevance. Topics include critical concepts and skills in computer programming and statistical inference, and the analysis of real-world datasets, as well as social issues surrounding data analysis such as privacy and design. This is the UC Berkeley Data 8 Foundations of Data Science course.
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95543 101 Lec F   06:00 PM—07:25 PM 08/21/18— 12/15/18 MIL-TECH  Dorairaj, Sanjay
  101 Lab S   02:00 PM—05:25 PM 08/21/18— 12/15/18 MIL-TECH  Dorairaj, Sanjay
  101 Lab F   07:35 PM—09:00 PM 08/21/18— 12/15/18 MIL-TECH  Dorairaj, Sanjay
This section is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
CNSTR 101A - Tools, Materials, & Processes  4.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $35)
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Recommended: Ability to accurately measure and do calculations using feet, inches, and fractions.
Students will learn to properly use a variety of hand and power tools that are commonly utilized in constructing and repairing houses. Students will also learn about materials used in the construction industry including dimensional and engineered lumber, manufactured and green building materials, and fasteners and adhesives. These tools and materials will be used to build projects in the shop. Students also learn how to choose the best tool for the job at hand and to use that tool efficiently and safely. This entry-level course to the construction industry is a prerequisite for several of the other Construction Technology courses.
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94887 101 Lec MTWTH   10:00 AM—11:20 AM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 CT113  Lomax, David
  101 Lab MTWTH   11:30 AM—12:50 PM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 CT113  Lomax, David
This is an 8 week section.
95384 103 Lec TTH   05:30 PM—06:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 CT113 
  103 Lab TTH   07:00 PM—08:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 CT113 
CNSTR 101B - Residential Constr Framing  4.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $45)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Corequisite: CNSTR 101A with C or better, or equivalent experience
Recommended: Ability to accurately measure and do calculations using feet, inches, and fractions
Students are introduced to the requirements and techniques of properly framing residential structures per the Residential Code and local requirements. They will construct and erect a 200-500 sq ft building project/sheds, layout, frame floors, ceilings, plumb, and line walls. Students will also acquire skills in laying subfloor, hanging shear wall and installing metal fasteners. Students will learn to read simple floor plans and identify foundation types and parts. Green building techniques will be stressed.  Field trips may be required.
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94888 101 Lec MTWTH   10:00 AM—11:20 AM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 CT111  Lomax, David
  101 Lab MTWTH   11:30 AM—12:50 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 CT112  Lomax, David
This is an 8 week section.
CNSTR 102A - Residential Plumb Systems  4.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Corequisite: CNSTR 101A
Students will be introduced to the concepts of residential plumbing systems and green technology. The course covers the theory and practice of plumbing for residential dwellings. Students will study topics including, but not limited to, drain, waste and vent design and installation, domestic water piping systems design and installation, gas piping systems design and installation, and plumbing fixture installation and repair.
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95366 102 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 CT114  Krause, Warren
  102 Lab TTH   07:30 PM—08:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 CT118  Krause, Warren
CNSTR 102B - Residential/Commercial Wiring  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Recommended: General math skills are needed for calculations.
Students will study the fundamentals of residential and commercial electrical wiring including electrical theory, installation of receptacles, switches, GFCIs (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters), AFCIs (Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters), lighting devices and service panels. Students will develop a working knowledge of circuits, sizing conductors, box fill, load calculations, wiring diagrams, grounding requirements, circuit breakers and pipe bending. Electrical codes, symbols, energy saving technology, tools of the trade and safety will also be covered. This course meets the state requirement for entry level electricians to be get their trainee card.
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94891 101 Lec MW   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 CT117  Gorginian, Edward
  101 Lab MW   07:30 PM—08:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 CT117  Gorginian, Edward
95176 102 Lec S   08:00 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 CT117  Rowhani, Rahm
  102 Lab S   11:15 AM—02:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 CT117  Rowhani, Rahm
CNSTR 115 - Blueprint Reading  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students will be introduced to reading and interpreting residential and light commercial construction drawings and specifications. Topics include green and traditional materials, symbols, and abbreviations. Students will learn to interpret plot plans, floor and roof plans, elevations, details, and sectional views including the alphabet of lines. This is a print reading, not a drafting course, although sketching techniques are taught. Use of the architect's scale is taught.
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95357 102 Lec MTWTH   01:00 PM—04:15 PM 10/09/18— 11/01/18 CT114  Lomax, David
CNSTR 118 - Project Mgt for Construction  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students will be introduced to project management, time management, project organization, risk management, and effective management of people in the construction trades. Students will obtain a clearer understanding of the challenges and changes of residential and commercial workplace safety, equipment, and the construction industry as a whole.
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95358 102 Lec MTWTH   01:00 PM—04:15 PM 10/01/18— 10/08/18 CT114  Lomax, David
CNSTR 120 - Construction Building Code  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students will be introduced to the California Residential Code (CRC), which is based on the first ten chapters of the International Residential Code (IRC). Topics include interpreting and applying code regulations, requirements for obtaining building permits and the inspection process, and working cooperatively with building inspectors.
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95751 101 Lec F   05:00 PM—08:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 CT114  Harlan, Richard
CNSTR 125 - Energy Efficiency Construction  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students are introduced to the rapidly evolving field of sustainable construction, including healthy indoor environments, selection of green materials, and conservation of resources. Students study energy efficient construction, solar hot water, photovoltaic and radiant heat, improved insulation, lighting strategies, ERV (energy recovery ventilators) and HRV (heat recovery ventilators), deconstruction, optimum value engineering, SIPS (structurally insulated panel systems), ICF (insulated concrete forms), rammed earth, adobe, straw bale, green roofs, and earthcrete. Field trips are required.
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95359 102 Lec MTWTH   01:00 PM—04:15 PM 09/04/18— 09/27/18 CT114  Lomax, David
CNSTR 500 - Bldg Trades Apprenticeship 1  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 0
Students interested in becoming a union construction worker are introduced to the apprenticeship programs of the North American Building Trades Unions. Students will receive an overview of the building trades and construction industry, apprenticeship programs, as well as skills in construction math, safety awareness, and proper use of basic hand tools. Field trips may be included.
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95750 101 Lab MW   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 11/26/18— 01/12/19 OFC  Long, Lisa
  101 Lab MW   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 11/26/18— 01/12/19 OFC  Mendez, Jose
  101 Lab S   08:00 AM—03:05 PM 11/26/18— 01/12/19 OFC  Long, Lisa
  101 Lab S   08:00 AM—03:05 PM 11/26/18— 01/12/19 OFC  Mendez, Jose
This section is offered at Santa Clara Adult Education - 1840 Benton St., Santa Clara, 95050.
COMS 010 - Interpersonal Communication  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Recommended: Prior completion of ENGL 001A is highly recommended
Students will study principles of verbal and nonverbal transactions that occur in relationships. The course includes the study of theory and research findings and their application to communication in interpersonal relationships in personal and professional contexts.
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93315 101 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T304  McCallum, Leslyn
93316 102 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T304  McCallum, Leslyn
93317 103 Lec W   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T304  McCallum, Leslyn
Section for EMS students.
93318 104 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T304  Avila, Christina
COMS 020 - Oral Communication  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Prior completion of ENGL 001A is highly recommended
Students will acquire theory and technique of public speaking. Students focus on the following basic elements: rhetorical theory, researching, organizing and outlining a topic, analyzing an audience, effective use of language, ethics, effective presentation aids, critical listening, credibility, and physical delivery. Students taking this course online must be able to record and upload audiovisual files.
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93319 101 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Avila, Christina
93320 102 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Capurso, James
93321 103 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Baker, Waylon
93322 104 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Baker, Waylon
93323 105 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T304  Eckstone, Stephen

This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
93324 106 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Giacalone, Shelley
93325 107 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Avila, Christina
93326 108 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Giacalone, Shelley
93327 109 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Capurso, James
93328 110 Lec TH   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Eckstone, Stephen
COMS 035 - Intercultural Communication  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Prior completion of ENGL 001A is highly recommended
Students will study intercultural communication in domestic and global contexts. They will examine the influence of cultures, languages, and social patterns on how members of groups relate among themselves and with members of different cultural groups. They will develop skills for appreciation and comparison of communication among diverse groups within the larger context of U.S.-American culture.
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93330 101 Lec T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Giacalone, Shelley
93331 102 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T312  Baker, Waylon
COMS 040 - Intro to Argumentation  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students will learn methods of critical inquiry and advocacy. Students will develop skills in identifying fallacies in reasoning and language, testing evidence and evidence sources, advancing a reasoned position, and defending and refuting arguments. Students engage in analysis, presentation, and evaluation of oral and written arguments.
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93332 101 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Baker, Waylon
93333 102 Lec T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T304  Baker, Waylon
COMS 045 - Small Group Communication  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Prior completion of ENGL 001A is highly recommended
Students will study the principles of communication in a variety of group contexts. They will learn about theories, applications, and the evaluation of group communication processes. Students will acquire skills including problem solving, conflict management, decision making, and leadership.
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93334 101 Lec F   09:15 AM—12:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T304  Giacalone, Shelley
93335 102 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Giacalone, Shelley
  102 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T210  Giacalone, Shelley
93336 103 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T304  McCallum, Leslyn
93337 104 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T304  McCallum, Leslyn
93338 105 Lec W   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-C4  Eckstone, Stephen
This section is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
COS 010A - Cosmetology Freshman Theory  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Corequisite: COS 105A
Students are introduced to the field of cosmetology, including history, career paths, professional image, and communication skills needed in a professional salon setting. Students focus on the structure, growth, and infection prevention of hair, skin, and nails. They also study chemical compounds in cosmetology products and their effect on the human body.  Cosmetology 010A is the first course in a sequence required in cosmetology. This course, along with COS 010B, COS 105A, and COS 105B, meets the District lab science requirement for Cosmetology majors only.
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94896 101 Lec MTWTHF   08:00 AM—08:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T418 
COS 010B - Cosmetology Senior Theory  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: COS 010A with C or better
Corequisite: COS 105B
Students advance in theory skills learning in-depth information including electricity, light therapy, anatomy, physiology, rules and regulations of Board of Barbering and Cosmetology, business management and people skills. Students are required to keep a note-book and to write reports which include deductive reasoning and critical thinking. This course, along with COS 010A, COS 105A, and COS 105B, meets the District lab science requirement.
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94897 101 Lec MTWTHF   08:00 AM—08:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T424 
COS 105A - Cosmetology Freshman Lab  16.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Corequisite: COS 010A
Students will apply the technical and theoretical knowledge related to basic skills in cosmetology, current salon techniques, and trends. Emphasis is placed on application skills of hair coloring, permanent waving, chemical relaxing, hair styling, hair cutting, manicuring, facials, eyebrow arching, make-up, and scalp and hair treatments. Client safety and sanitary precautions for each practical service is emphasized. This course, along with COS 010A, COS 010B, and COS 105B, meets the District lab science requirement.
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94898 101 Lec MTWTHF   09:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C105 
  101 Lab MTWTHF   10:00 AM—04:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C105 
COS 105B - Cosmetology Senior Lab  16.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: COS 105A with C or better
Corequisite: COS 010B
Students advance in lab skills learning in-depth manipulative techniques in hair styling, hair cutting, hair coloring, permanent waving, manicuring, makeup, facials, scalp massage, hair removal, shampooing, chemical relaxing, thermal styling, pedicures, artificial nails, and other procedures required by the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology. Students will also study the social, cultural, psychological, and business implications of a Cosmetology career. This course, along with COS 010A, COS 010B, and COS 105A, meets the District lab science requirement.
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94899 101 Lec MTWTHF   09:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C102 
  101 Lab MTWTHF   10:00 AM—04:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C102 
COS 116B - Teacher Training II  10.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: COS 116A with C or better
Students who are experienced, licensed cosmetologists will continue their training in the second course learning teaching methods of becoming a Master Teacher in cosmetology. This course will provide students with classroom management competencies, subject mastery skills, and expanded career options. Students will gain an additional 300 hours of lecture/demonstration and laboratory training that include technical and practical aspects of cosmetology. 
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95181 101 Lec M   08:00 AM—01:15 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C206 
  101 Lab   09/04/18— 12/20/18  
COS 130A - Esthetics I  11.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students will acquire the skills required to render professional services as an Esthetician. Students are provided with basic knowledge of the theory and practice pertaining to esthetics and skin care. Theory and practical training includes professional image and ethics, sanitation, disinfection, and safety, standard massage, client consultation, skin analysis, and makeup color theory. Students begin to prepare for the State board examination to obtain the Esthetician license. Students are required to attend a field trip. Esthetics I is the first course in a sequence of two in which students are required to complete 300 hours of practice on one another.
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94901 101 Lec S   08:00 AM—10:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C203  Lipilina, Yelena
  101 Lec WTH   05:30 PM—07:00 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C203  Lipilina, Yelena
  101 Lab S   11:30 AM—04:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C203  Weeks, Ada
  101 Lab S   11:30 AM—04:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C203  Lipilina, Yelena
  101 Lab T   05:30 PM—09:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C203  Weeks, Ada
  101 Lab T   05:30 PM—09:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C203  Lipilina, Yelena
  101 Lab WTH   07:10 PM—09:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C203  Weeks, Ada
  101 Lab WTH   07:10 PM—09:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C203  Lipilina, Yelena
COS 130B - Esthetics II  11.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: COS 130A with C or better
Students continue to develop skills required to render professional services on clients in the skin care industry. Theory and practical training includes the application of chemical peels, waxing, essential oils, and electrical apparatus. Students are required to attend a field trip. Esthetics II is designed for continuing students to complete the state board requirement of 600 hours.
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94902 101 Lec T   05:30 PM—09:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C206  Weeks, Ada
  101 Lec T   05:30 PM—09:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C206  Lipilina, Yelena
  101 Lec S   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C204  Lipilina, Yelena
  101 Lec S   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C204  Weeks, Ada
  101 Lab WTH   05:30 PM—09:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C204  Weeks, Ada
  101 Lab S   10:00 AM—04:30 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 C204  Weeks, Ada
COS X109 - Senior Lab Special Problems  13.00V Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: COS 010B and COS 105B, both with C or better
Continuing students attend this laboratory class in order to complete the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology state board licensing requirements of 1600 hours and credits. This course is variable unit (1.0 to 13.0 units) depending on the student's requirement needs.
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94900 101 Lec   09/04/18— 12/20/18 C102 
  101 Lab   09/04/18— 12/20/18 C102 
DANCE 002 - Dance Appreciation  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Recommended: A solid command of the English language, particularly strong writing skills
Students will explore dance from an aesthetic, historic, and cultural point of view. Students will examine the elements of dance including body, space, time, and dynamic qualities and develop a vocabulary with which to analyze and write critically about dance. Dance will be explored in many of its genres including social dance, jazz dance, ballet, modern, and dance from cultures around the globe from historical and contemporary perspectives. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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94564 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   McCall, Amber
This is an online section.
In-person orientation available Tuesday September 4th 8:15-9:15pm room M102.
94565 102 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   McCall, Amber
This is an online section.
In-person orientation available Tuesday September 4th 8:15-9:15pm room M102.
95477 103 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   McCall, Amber
This is an online section.
DANCE 009 - Ballet, Fundamentals  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Students are introduced to fundamental aspects of ballet technique. Students will explore principles of alignment, port de bras, positions and articulation of the feet, as well as concepts of musicality and rhythm. The students will gain an appreciation of their unique bodies in relation to ballet at the most basic level. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required. No previous dance experience necessary.
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94567 101 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  McCall, Amber
  101 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  McCall, Amber
DANCE 010 - Ballet, Beginning  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Completion of DANCE 009 or previous dance experience
Students  focus on the beginning level of ballet technique while learning Classical ballet terminology through barre and centre work. Students will explore principles of alignment, port de bras, coordination, and musicality while developing strength, flexibility, control, and performance quality. The student will gain an appreciation of their unique bodies in relation to ballet as a classical art form. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required. It is recommended that students take DANCE 009, Ballet Fundamentals, or have some previous dance experience before taking this course.
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94568 101 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  McCall, Amber
DANCE 011 - Ballet, Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DANCE 010 with C or better, or assessment based on instructor evaluation
Students develop artistry and technique of classical ballet at the intermediate level. They apply theory and technique with attention to musicality and performance in the execution of intermediate level barre and centre combinations. The class will draw from the beginning level class while increasing the difficulty in coordination, complexity, tempo, stamina, and the use of Classical ballet vocabulary. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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94569 101 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  McCall, Amber
DANCE 011B - Ballet, High-Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 011 with C or better, or assessment based on instructor evaluation
Students continue to develop the student's artistry and technique of classical ballet at a high-intermediate level. The student will apply theory and technique with attention to musicality and performance in the execution of high-intermediate level barre and centre combinations. The high-intermediate level class will draw from the previous level classes while increasing the difficulty in coordination, complexity, tempo, stamina, and the use of Classical ballet vocabulary. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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94570 101 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  McCall, Amber
DANCE 011C - Ballet, Advanced  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 011B with C or better, or assessment based on instructor evaluation
Students develop the artistry and technique in classical ballet at the advanced level. The student will apply theory and technique with attention to musicality and performance in the execution of advanced level barre and centre combinations. The advanced level class will draw from the previous level classes while increasing the difficulty in coordination, complexity, tempo, stamina, and the use of Classical ballet vocabulary. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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94571 101 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  McCall, Amber
DANCE 013A - Dancers' Wkshop Stud, Lg Gp  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Completion of one or more courses in beginning ballet, jazz, hip-hop, tap, modern dance, or ballroom.
Students will be involved in the dance rehearsal process which culminates in a public performance. Students participate as dancers, rehearsing and performing newly created, original student choreography. Dancers in this course will be required to perform in a large group using six or more dancers.
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95545 102 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/11/18— 11/17/18 A206  McCall, Amber
  102 Lab MTWTHFS   11/09/18— 11/17/18 D105  McCall, Amber
DANCE 013B - Dancers' Wkshop Stud, Small Gp  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Completion of one or more courses in beginning ballet, jazz, hip-hop, tap, modern dance, or ballroom.
Students will be involved in the dance rehearsal process which culminates in a public performance. Students participate as dancers, rehearsing and performing newly created, original student choreography. Dancers in this course will be required to perform in a small group using three to five or more dancers.
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94573 101 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/11/18— 11/17/18 A206  McCall, Amber
  101 Lab MTWTHFS   11/09/18— 11/17/18 D105  McCall, Amber
DANCE 013C - Dancers' Wkshp Stud Solo/Duet  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will be involved in the dance rehearsal process which culminates in a public performance. Students participate as dancers, rehearsing and performing newly created, original student choreography. Dancers in this course will be required to perform a solo or a duet.
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94574 101 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/11/18— 11/17/18 A206  McCall, Amber
  101 Lab MTWTHFS   11/09/18— 11/17/18 D105  McCall, Amber
DANCE 019 - Jazz Dance, Fundamentals  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Students are introduced to the fundamental skills and terminology of jazz dance technique. Students will learn primary positions, isolations, and locomotor movements. Exploration of movement qualities, basic rhythms, and musical phrasing unique to jazz dance will be a focus of the course. The students will gain an appreciation of their unique bodies in relation to jazz dance as a dynamic art form. Attendance at a live performance may be required.
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94575 101 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  Abohatab, Carol
DANCE 020 - Jazz Dance, Beginning  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: DANCE 019, or previous dance experience
Students are introduced to beginning skills and terminology of jazz dance technique. The student will integrate beginning positions, isolations, and locomotor movements into full body actions and explore movement qualities, rhythms, and musical phrasing unique to jazz dance. The students will gain an appreciation of their unique bodies in relation to jazz dance as a dynamic art form. Attendance at a live performance may be required. It is recommended that students take DANCE 019, Jazz Dance, Fundamentals, or have some previous dance experience before taking this course.
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94576 101 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  Abohatab, Carol
DANCE 021 - Jazz Dance, Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DANCE 020 with C or better, or assessment based on instructor evaluation
This course works to develop the students artistry and jazz dance technique at the intermediate level. The student will apply theory and technique with attention to musicality and performance in the execution of intermediate jazz dance combinations. The course will draw from the beginning level class while increasing the difficulty in coordination, complexity, tempo, stamina, artistry, and the use of vocabulary. Attendance at a live performance may be required.
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94577 101 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  Abohatab, Carol
DANCE 021B - Jazz Dance, High-Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 021 with C or better, or assessment based on instructor evaluation
Students continue to develop their artistry and jazz dance technique at the high-intermediate level. The student will apply theory and technique with attention to musicality and performance in the execution of high-intermediate jazz dance combinations. The course will draw from the intermediate level class while increasing the difficulty in coordination, complexity, tempo, stamina, artistry, and the use of terminology. Attendance at a live performance may be required.
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94578 101 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  Abohatab, Carol
DANCE 023A - Hip-Hop Dance, Fundamentals  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Students will be introduced to the fundamental aspects of hip-hop dance technique. Students will learn primary positions, isolations, gestures, traveling and jumping steps, turns and level changes as well as rudimentary rhythm and phrasing unique to hip-hop dance and music. The students will gain an appreciation of their unique bodies in relation to hip-hop as an expressive art form. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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94579 101 Lab TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  Brosius, Holly
DANCE 023B - Hip-Hop, Beginning  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: DANCE 023A
This course works to develop the student's artistry and technique in hip-hop dance at the beginning level. The student will learn positions, isolations, gestures, traveling and jumping steps, turns, and level changes. The student will explore the syncopated rhythm and phrasing unique to hip-hop dance. The students will gain an appreciation of their unique bodies in relation to dance as an expressive art form. It is recommended that students take DANCE 023A, Hip-Hop, Fundamentals, before enrolling in this course. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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94580 101 Lab TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  Brosius, Holly
DANCE 023C - Hip-hop, Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 023B with C or better, or assessment based on instructor evaluation
This course works to develop the student's artistry and technique in hip-hop dance at the intermediate level. Students continue to gain knowledge of hip-hop history and intermediate level positions, isolations, gestures, traveling and jumping steps, turns and level changes with increasingly more complicated patterns and weight changes. The student will explore the syncopated and polyrhythmic phrasing unique to hip-hop dance. Attendance at a live performance may be required.
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94581 101 Lab TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  Brosius, Holly
DANCE 034A - Choreo Wksp - Lg Gp  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 032 with C or better
Students will apply concepts of dance choreography and composition to create a large group work of 6 or more dancers for public performance. Choreographers will also craft the look and feel of his/her dance through design elements of costume, lighting, set design, and music.
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94582 101 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/11/18— 11/17/18 A206  McCall, Amber
  101 Lab MTWTHFS   11/09/18— 11/17/18 D105  McCall, Amber
DANCE 034B - Choreo Wksp - Sm Gp  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 032 with C or better
Students will apply concepts of dance choreography and composition to create a small group work of 3 to 5 dancers for public performance. Choreographers will also craft the look and feel of his/her dance through design elements of costume, lighting, set design, and music.
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94583 101 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/11/18— 11/17/18 A206  McCall, Amber
  101 Lab MTWTHFS   11/09/18— 11/17/18 D105  McCall, Amber
DANCE 034C - Choreo Wksp - Solo/Duet  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 032 with C or better
Students will apply concepts of dance choreography and composition to create a solo or duet work for public performance. Choreographers will also craft the look and feel of his/her dance through design elements of costume, lighting, set design, and music.
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94584 101 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/11/18— 11/17/18 A206  McCall, Amber
  101 Lab MTWTHFS   11/09/18— 11/17/18 D105  McCall, Amber
DANCE 049 - Modern Dance, Fundamentals  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Students are introduced to modern dance technique at the fundamental level. Students will learn basic positions, gestures, traveling and jumping steps, turns, level changes, and spatial orientation. The students will gain an appreciation of their unique bodies in relation to modern dance as an expressive art form. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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94588 101 Lab TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  McCall, Amber
DANCE 050 - Modern Dance, Beginning  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: DANCE 049, or previous dance experience
Students develop artistry and technique of modern dance at the beginning level. The student will learn beginning positions, gestures, traveling and jumping steps, turns and level changes, and spatial orientation. The students will will gain an appreciation of their unique bodies in relation to dance as an expressive art form. It is recommended that students take DANCE 049, Modern Dance, Fundamentals, or have some previous dance experience before taking the class. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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94589 102 Lab TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  McCall, Amber
DANCE 051 - Modern Dance, Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DANCE 050 with C or better, or assessment based on instructor evaluation
Students develop artistry and technique of modern dance at the intermediate level. The students will learn positions, gestures, traveling and jumping steps, turns, level changes and spatial orientation. The student will work towards a deeper level of artistry and expression through musicality and dynamic qualities of movement. The students will gain an understanding and appreciation of their unique bodies in relation to dance as an expressive art form. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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94590 101 Lab TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  McCall, Amber
DANCE 051B - Modern Dance, High-Intermed.  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 051 with C or better, or assessment based on instructor evaluation
Students develop artistry and technique at the high-intermediate level. The student will apply theory and technique with attention to musicality and performance in execution of high-intermediate positions, gestures, traveling and jumping steps, turns and level changes with increasingly more complicated patterns and weight changes. Attendance at a live performance may be required.
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94591 101 Lab TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  McCall, Amber
DANCE 066 - Intermediate Ballroom - Latin  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 064 or DANCE 065 both with C or better
Students gain in-depth instruction in the steps, rhythm, and partnering techniques of selected forms of Latin dance. Through improvisation and sequencing, students will explore the dynamics and style of various forms of Latin ballroom dances, such as: Rhumba, Cha-cha, Salsa, Mambo, and Samba. Attendance at a live performance may be required.
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94592 101 Lab M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 A206  Basile, Maria
DENT 151 - Beginning Dental Assisting 1  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: DENT 152 and DENT 153
Students are introduced to the general principles and basic concepts of anatomy and physiology of the human body with emphasis on the structures of the head and neck, oral cavity, human dentition, tooth morphology, oral embryology and histology and how each component interrelates to the body systems. Students will acquire the skills necessary to obtain a patient's medical and dental health history and vital signs. With the use of diagnostic techniques, students will demonstrate on a patient a clinical examination and chart findings. This course meets the lab science requirement for Dental Assisting majors only. 
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95205 101 Lec MW   12:45 PM—02:50 PM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T513  Stodulka, Jitka
  101 Lab MW   08:30 AM—11:45 AM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T506  Powell, Andrea
  101 Lab MW   08:30 AM—11:45 AM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T506  Stodulka, Jitka
DENT 152 - Beginning Dental Assisting 2  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: DENT 151 and DENT 153
This introductory course covers in-depth principles and concepts of disease transmission, OSHA, and infection control regulations that meet the Dental Board of California's requirement for licensing. Students are introduced to microbiology and concepts in the scientific process. Principles and techniques in sterilization and disinfection of instruments and equipment are covered in-depth. Students learn how to use and maintain dental operatory equipment, position operator, assistant, and patient, set-up, instrument transfer, retraction methods, and oral evacuation skills. Properties of gypsum dental materials are presented and models of human dentition are constructed using gypsum materials. 
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95206 101 Lec TTH   12:30 PM—02:20 PM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T513  Dolatre, Edna
  101 Lab TTH   08:30 AM—11:20 AM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T506  Pio, Wendy
  101 Lab TTH   08:30 AM—11:20 AM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T506  Dolatre, Edna
DENT 153 - Beginning Dental Assisting 3  1.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: DENT 151 and DENT 152
Students are introduced to policies of the Dental Assisting Program with emphasis on safe work practice and professionalism. The history of dentistry, current concepts in dental care, communication skills, and preventive dentistry are presented along with Dental Assisting functions, education, scope of practice, professional organizations, and licensing requirements for members of the dental team. This course also introduces law and ethics applicable to dentistry and library research methods. Students work collaboratively to present preventive dentistry concepts to the local community as a community service project and will teach a patient how to improve their dental health. 
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95207 101 Lec F   01:20 PM—03:45 PM 09/04/18— 10/12/18 T513  Powell, Andrea
  101 Lab F   08:30 AM—12:20 PM 09/04/18— 10/12/18 T506  Powell, Andrea
  101 Lab F   08:30 AM—12:20 PM 09/04/18— 10/12/18 T506  Kokoletsos, Jodi
DENT 154 - Fundamental Dental Assisting 1  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DENT 151 and DENT 152 and DENT 153 all with C or better
Corequisite: DENT 155 and DENT 156
This highly technical course prepares the student to take diagnostically effective dental x-rays without exceeding a safe number of re-exposures. The student will learn the principles and biological effects of radiation, components of the dental x-ray equipment, intra-oral exposure techniques, radiation safety, film processing, mounting, and infection control procedures used when exposing film on a mannequin. According to the Dental Board of California, students must be pass the written exam with a 75% or higher before beginning dental x-ray exposures on patients. 
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95208 101 Lec MW   12:45 PM—02:50 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T513  Stodulka, Jitka
  101 Lab MW   08:30 AM—11:45 AM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T506  Powell, Andrea
  101 Lab MW   08:30 AM—11:45 AM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T506  Stodulka, Jitka
DENT 155 - Fundamental Dental Assisting 2  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DENT 151 and DENT 152 and DENT 153, all with C or better
Corequisite: DENT 154 and DENT 156
Students focus on principles of four-handed dentistry, which include assisting at chairside during operative procedures performed in a general dental office. Skills include preparing for the administration of local anesthetic, dental dam, matrix systems, instrument identification and transfer, burs and handpiece maintenance, mixing dental materials, and assisting during restorative procedures. 
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95209 101 Lec TTH   12:30 PM—02:35 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T513  Dolatre, Edna
  101 Lab TTH   08:30 AM—11:45 AM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T506  Morgan, Paula
  101 Lab TTH   08:30 AM—11:45 AM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T506  Dolatre, Edna
DENT 156 - Fundamental Dental Assisting 3  1.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DENT 151 and DENT 152 and DENT 153, all with C or better
Corequisite: DENT 154 and DENT 155
Students build on chairside assisting and manipulation of dental materials skills learned in previous courses. Emphasis is on properties, uses, and manipulation of dental materials and practices associated with prosthodontic procedures including dental implants. The course will introduce RDA skills and the student will demonstrate the technical skills and knowledge necessary to assist and/or work independently in manipulating dental materials, fabricating final impressions, custom provisional crowns, custom trays, assemble a facebow, take digital impressions using CAD/CAM, and learn to use a model trimmer to cut gypsum models. 
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95210 101 Lec F   01:20 PM—03:45 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T513  Powell, Andrea
  101 Lab F   08:30 AM—12:20 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T506  Powell, Andrea
  101 Lab F   08:30 AM—12:20 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T506  Kokoletsos, Jodi
DENT 161 - Intermediate Dental Assist 1  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DENT 154 and DENT 155 and DENT 156; all with C or better and current CPR Certification (Adult/Infant/Child)
Corequisite: DENT 162
This highly technical course is to complete the radiography acquirement necessary to in DENT 154. Students learn about more advanced techniques including, digital radiography, modifications of paralleling technique, the edentulous patient, occlusal, panoramic radiography, and radiography for children. Concepts of oral pathology, pharmacology, nutrition, and in-depth coverage of medical emergencies in the dental office are presented. The student produces full mouth surveys of dental x-ray film with a minimum of errors. Successful completion of this course and DENT 154 fulfills requirements for the California Radiation Safety Certificate.
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95211 101 Lec MW   09:00 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T519  Pio, Wendy
  101 Lab MW   12:00 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T506  Pio, Wendy
  101 Lab MW   12:00 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T506  Dolatre, Edna
DENT 162 - Intermed Dental Assist 2  1.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DENT 156 with C or better, and current enrollment in the full-time Dental Assisting program
Corequisite: DENT 161
This highly technical course builds on the fundamental skills acquired in previous courses. Students will study duties associated with operative dentistry and Registered Dental Assistant (RDA) as described in the California Dental Practice Act. Students are taught to a level of proficiency that meets the required skills for the RDA State Board examination and California Dental Law and Ethics.
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95274 102 Lec F   10:40 AM—11:30 AM 09/04/18— 11/02/18 T519  Pio, Wendy
  102 Lab F   12:50 PM—06:00 PM 09/04/18— 11/02/18 T506  Kokoletsos, Jodi
  102 Lab F   12:50 PM—06:00 PM 09/04/18— 11/02/18 T506  Pio, Wendy
DENT 163 - Expanded Dental Assisting 1  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DENT 154 and DENT 155 and DENT 156, all with C or better
Corequisite: DENT 161 and DENT 162
Students will acquire dental assisting skills and knowledge specific to dental specialties: Pediatric Dentistry, Orthodontics, Periodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and Endodontics.  All Registered Dental Assistant allowable duties listed in the California Dental Practice Act that are directly related to the above dental specialties are taught in-depth to lab and/or pre-clinical competency level. Also, completion of this course fulfills the Dental Board of California requirements for certification in Coronal Polishing. The importance of patient management and the required legal protocols are followed throughout the course.
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95213 101 Lec MW   09:00 AM—11:05 AM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T519  Pio, Wendy
  101 Lab MW   12:00 PM—03:05 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T506  Pio, Wendy
  101 Lab MW   12:00 PM—03:05 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T506  Smith, Kenneth
  101 Lab MW   12:00 PM—03:05 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T506  Dolatre, Edna
DENT 164 - Dental Office Administration  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DENT 156 with C or better
Corequisite: DENT 163
Students will learn office administration skills for a dental practice using a computerized management system. The student will apply skills necessary to bill dental insurance, schedule appointments, maintain a recall system, develop telephone etiquette, manage filing systems, update patient accounts and treatment plans. Students will learn basic bookkeeping systems, develop financial arrangements and accounts receivable, and practice professional written and verbal communication skills. In addition, the student will learn marketing, dental law, ethics, and legal responsibilities as they pertain to the business office and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).
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95214 101 Lec F   10:00 AM—11:25 AM 11/09/18— 12/20/18 T519  Pio, Wendy
  101 Lab F   12:50 PM—05:40 PM 11/09/18— 12/20/18 T520  Pio, Wendy
  101 Lab F   12:50 PM—05:40 PM 11/09/18— 12/20/18 T520  Stodulka, Jitka
  101 Lab F   12:50 PM—05:40 PM 11/09/18— 12/20/18 T520  Kokoletsos, Jodi
  101 Lab F   12:50 PM—05:40 PM 11/09/18— 12/20/18 T520  Pio, Wendy
DENT 172 - Clinical Dental Assisting 2  2.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DENT 171 with C or better
Students participate in clinical externship in a general dental office for 100 hours and perform chairside assisting, lab, and business office responsibilities described by the American Dental Association of the Commission on Dental Accreditation and the State Dental Practice Act. Students focus on increasing skills and knowledge to achieve intermediate clinical-level dental assisting and RDA skills. They receive in-depth coverage in securing and maintaining employment, laws governing employment, and CAL-OSHA's Employee's Right to Know Act. This course is the second of three externships. 
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95215 101 Lec T   09:30 AM—10:20 AM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 T519  Sivi, Anouk
  101 Lab   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Sivi, Anouk
  101 Lab   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Kokoletsos, Jodi
DENT 173 - Clinical Dental Assisting 3  2.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DENT 172 with C or better
Students participate for 100 hours in the final clinical externship in a specialty dental office and/or general practice that performs specialty dental treatment to achieve advanced clinical-level skills described by the American Dental Association of the Commission on Dental Accreditation and the State Dental Practice Act.   Students are introduced to Substance Use Disorders, diversion programs, and recovery models related to dentistry. Students will also learn how to recognize and report child, elderly and dependent abuse, and domestic violence. They are introduced to the importance of cultural competence and career paths.
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95216 101 Lec T   09:30 AM—10:20 AM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 T519  Sivi, Anouk
  101 Lab   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Morgan, Paula
  101 Lab   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Pio, Wendy
  101 Lab   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Pio, Wendy
ECE 018 - Children's Literature  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Successful completion of ECE 105
Students will explore literature for children from birth to 8 years. Topics addressed include history of children's literature, contemporary genres, books and early literacy. The course will also examine diversity as reflected in literature. They will also gain skills in the selection and evaluation of the literature. Students will plan appropriate activities and integrate children's literature into early childhood curriculum. This course is recommended to meet the area of specialization in language and literacy for the Child Development Master Teacher permit.
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94594 101 Lec MW   03:45 PM—05:50 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 B104  Reyes, Hermosa
ECE 020 - Observation and Assessment  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: FCS 070 and ECE 102 and ECE 108; all with C or better
Corequisite: ECE 108
Students will learn the appropriate use of formal and informal observation tools, case study portfolios, recording, and rating systems. The use of multiple assessment and observation strategies, in various early childhood settings, will be covered. Emphasis will be on use of assessment strategies that inform and provide for developmentally appropriate curriculum. To ensure accurate observations and assessments, the importance of collaboration between teacher, families, and other professionals will be examined.
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94595 101 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B208  Sudarsana, Madhavi
ECE 098 - Dirct Stds in Early Child Ed  0.50 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prequisite: FCS 070 with C or better
Individual or small groups of students, with previous course work in the discipline, who would benefit from Independent Study under the direction of faculty members in specific or related disciplines, may develop individualized learning contracts designed to enhance their individual instructional programs. The students and the faculty member in consultation with the Division Dean will determine appropriate learning objectives and activities as well as the numbers of units to be earned. Instructions and the Learning Contract forms are available in the Division Office. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 units across all disciplines.
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95764 101   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sudarsana, Madhavi
ECE 101 - Introduction to Curriculum  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ECE-107 and FCS-070, both with C or better
Corequisite: ECE 102
Students will explore the major content areas in early childhood curriculum (birth to age 6) and plan, present, and evaluate activities in early childhood classrooms. This course provides developmentally appropriate teaching strategies based on observation and assessments across the curriculum, including: academic content areas; play, art, and creativity; and development of social-emotional, communication, and cognitive skills. Students will analyze their teaching experiences and utilize this knowledge to inform and improve skills in working with children. Off-site observations may be required.
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94596 101 Lec MW   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 10/29/18— 12/19/18 B104  Reyes, Hermosa
This is an 8 week long section.
94597 102 Lec MW   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 10/29/18— 12/19/18 B106  Ramirez Sharpe, Elizabeth
ECE 101B - Practicum in ECE  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: FCS 070 and ECE 101 and ECE 102 and ECE 107; all with C or better, TB clearance, and fingerprinting clearance as required by California Department of Justice
Students explore connections between theory and practice using child-centered, play-oriented approaches to teaching, learning and assessment, and knowledge of the major content areas in the early childhood curriculum. Planning, implementing, and evaluating experiences that promote positive development and learning for all young children will be emphasized. Students will utilize practical classroom experiences to demonstrate developmentally appropriate early childhood teaching competencies under the quality supervision of an ECE/CD (Early Childhood Education/Child Development) faculty and other qualified early education professionals. This course requires off-campus attendance at early childhood sites.
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94598 101 Lec T   06:15 PM—07:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B102  Sudarsana, Madhavi
  101 Lab   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sudarsana, Madhavi
ECE 102 - Principles Teach Young Child  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: FCS 070 and ECE 107; both with C or better
Students will examine the underlying theoretical principles of developmentally appropriate practices applied to programs, environments, emphasizing the key role of relationships, constructive adult-child interactions, and teaching strategies in supporting physical, social, creative and intellectual development for all young children. This course includes a review of the historical roots of early childhood programs and the evolution of the professional practices promoting advocacy, ethics, and professional identity as well as school environment experiences. Off-site observations will be required.
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94599 101 Lec MW   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 10/24/18 B106  Bhatnagar, Ranjana
This is an 8 week long section.
94600 102 Lec MW   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/05/18— 10/24/18 B106  Ramirez Sharpe, Elizabeth
95151 103 Lec MW   09:00 AM—12:25 PM 10/30/18— 12/20/18 MIL-L1  Dev, Vandana
This section is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
ECE 104 - Art and Creativity for Chldrn  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students are introduced to the value of arts, crafts and creative activities in the classroom. Students will explore the distinction between arts and crafts and how these experiences support positive brain development in young children. Developmental levels of children will be examined in planning and selecting appropriate creative experiences for children. Students will gain experience in planning and presenting creative experiences for children. This course is required for a certificate and AS degree in Early Childhood Education.
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94601 101 Lec T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B104  Reyes, Hermosa
95533 102 Lec W   11:15 AM—12:50 PM 01/09/19— 05/15/19 OHS  Kennedy, Julie
  102 Lec W   11:15 AM—12:50 PM 01/09/19— 05/15/19 OHS  Kennedy, Julie
  102 Lec W   11:15 AM—12:50 PM 09/05/18— 12/12/18 OHS  Kennedy, Julie
  102 Lec W   11:15 AM—12:50 PM 09/05/18— 12/12/18 OHS  Kennedy, Julie
This is a dual-enrollment section offered at Overfelt High School. It is reserved for students of Overfelt High School only.
ECE 105 - Lang Dev for Young Children  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Completion of ECE 102
This course introduces students to language based activities in the early childhood education curriculum. Students will study topics including stages of language development, theories of language acquisition and the roles of parents and educators in promoting language related activities. Students will study how to plan, prepare and present a variety of appropriate activites to stimulate language development and usage. Children's books, poetry, storytelling, games, charts, puppetry, flannel boards, and the use of computer based technology will be introduced.
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94602 101 Lec W   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B201  Dev, Vandana
ECE 107 - Child, Family and Community  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 and READ 101) or ESL 091; all with C or better
Corequisite: FCS 070
Students examine the developing child in a societal context focusing on the interrelationship of family, school, and community; emphasis will be on historical and social factors. Patterns of development, child rearing, and the value of education in contemporary American society will be discussed. The processes of socialization and identity development will be highlighted. Community resources that foster the positive development of the child in the context of the family will be identified. This course meets licensing and the Child Development Permit requirements for teachers.
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95152 102 Lec TTH   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 10/30/18— 12/20/18 B201  Malaspina, Barbara
95270 104 Lec TTH   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 10/30/18— 12/20/18 120  Reyes, Hermosa
This section is held at the Center for Employment Training: 701 Vine St., San Jose, CA 95110.
95374 105 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—12:20 PM 10/30/18— 12/20/18 MIL-L1  Ramirez Sharpe, Elizabeth
This section is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
ECE 108 - Health/Safety/Nutrition  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 and READ 101) or ESL 091; all with C or better
Students will be introduced to the laws, regulations, standards, policies and procedures, and curriculum related to child health, safety, and nutrition in early childhood settings. The course includes topics on germs and illnesses, daily health inspection skills, health practices, nutrition, food safety, chronic illness, and disaster planning, and integrating these concepts into everyday planning and program development. This course is required for a child care certificate and AS degree in Early Childhood Education.
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94604 101 Lec TH   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B204  Sousa, Pedro
ECE 109 - Music, Mvmnt, Rhythm for Child  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students are introduced to designing music, movement, and rhythm activities for children. They will focus on the predominant theories of movement and music education and will create developmentally appropriate and culturally relevant curriculum.  Students will learn to evaluate a wide variety of music, movement, and rhythm activities as they gain skills in planning and presenting these activities to children.
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95154 102 Lec F   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MAE C703  Bhatnagar, Ranjana
95273 103 Lec W   12:15 PM—03:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B104  Reyes, Hermosa
ECE 142 - Supervising Adults  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Completion of 12 units in Early Childhood Education including core courses in Child Development, Child Family and Community and Programs/Curriculum
Students examine the methods and principles of supervising student teachers in early childhood classrooms. They study the role of experienced classroom teachers who function as mentors to new teachers while simultaneously addressing the needs of children, parents, and other staff. Students are required to complete off-campus classroom observations.
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95162 101 Lec S   08:00 AM—02:50 PM 10/20/18— 11/03/18 B102  Malaspina, Barbara
  101 Lec S   08:00 AM—02:50 PM 12/01/18— 12/08/18 B102  Malaspina, Barbara
This section meets 5 Saturdays: 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 12/1, and 12/8.
ECE 145 - The Child With Special Needs  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: FCS 070 with C or better
Students will study the factors that promote successful inclusion of children from birth to 5 years with special needs in typical early education and care settings. Students will learn how to adapt the classroom environment and curriculum so children with special needs can successfully be included in typical early childhood settings. Students also learn what to do when concerns arise, early warning signs, how to refer children suspected of having a disability, and how to work more effectively with families. Students will explore emotional issues and feelings that surround inclusion. Legal resources available to families whose children have special needs will also be introduced.
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94606 101 Lec TTH   06:15 PM—09:30 PM 09/04/18— 10/24/18 B106  Ramirez Sharpe, Elizabeth
This is an 8 week long section.
ECE 146 - Child Guidance and Discipline  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students study how to manage the behavior of children using a variety of communication, guidance, and discipline strategies. Students will learn to distinguish between typical developmentally appropriate behaviors, and atypical behaviors that jeopardize the health, safety, and welfare of self and others. Students will also learn to support children in the development of self-regulation skills.
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95163 101 Lec S   08:00 AM—02:50 PM 09/08/18— 09/15/18 B106  Ramirez Sharpe, Elizabeth
  101 Lec S   08:00 AM—02:50 PM 09/29/18— 10/13/18 B106  Ramirez Sharpe, Elizabeth
This class meets on 6 Saturdays: 9/8, 9/15, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13.
95538 102 Lec TH   11:15 AM—12:50 PM 11/01/18— 04/18/19 OHS  Kennedy, Julie
  102 Lec TH   11:15 AM—12:50 PM 11/01/18— 04/18/19 OHS  Kennedy, Julie
This is a dual-enrollment section offered at Overfelt High School. It is reserved for students of Overfelt High School only.
ECE 147 - Teaching in a Diverse Society  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ECE 107 with C or better
Students will identify the principles and practices of implementing an Anti-Bias Curriculum (ABC) for children. Emphasis will be placed on culturally and linguistically appropriate anti-bias approaches as they impact the work with young children and their families in early education programs. Students will reflect on issues related to social identity, stereotypes, bias, prejudices, and media influence. This course promotes equity and a deeper understanding of how to best support children as they gain a sense of identity and become confident members of our complex and diverse society.
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94607 101 Lec S   08:30 AM—04:20 PM 09/08/18— 09/08/18 B104  Reyes, Hermosa
  101 Lec S   08:30 AM—04:20 PM 09/22/18— 09/22/18 B104  Reyes, Hermosa
  101 Lec S   08:30 AM—04:20 PM 09/29/18— 09/29/18 B104  Reyes, Hermosa
  101 Lec S   08:30 AM—04:20 PM 10/13/18— 10/13/18 B104  Reyes, Hermosa
  101 Lec S   08:30 AM—04:20 PM 10/20/18— 10/20/18 B104  Reyes, Hermosa
  101 Lec S   08:30 AM—04:20 PM 10/27/18— 10/27/18 B104  Reyes, Hermosa
This class meets on 6 Saturdays: 9/8, 9/22, 9/29, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27
ECE 149 - Incl of Child W/Spec Needs  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ECE 145 with C or better
Students learn curriculum and intervention strategies for working with children with special needs. The topics include; designing inclusive environments, partnering with families, learning how to conduct observations and assessments from birth to school age, and preparing an education plan. Includes the role of the teacher as a professional working with families, collaboration with interdisciplinary teams, and cultural competence.
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94608 101 Lec TTH   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 10/30/18— 12/20/18 B106  Ramirez Sharpe, Elizabeth
  101 Lec TTH   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 10/30/18— 12/20/18 B106  Ramirez Sharpe, Elizabeth
This is an 8 week long section.
ECON 010A - Prin. of Macroeconomic Theory  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with P grade
Students are introduced to macroeconomic theory, including the principles of supply and demand, the market and banking systems. They will examine the forces affecting the national economy such as money and credit, income, employment, prices, and monetary and fiscal policies. They will study economic fluctuations including changes in aggregate demand, aggregate supply, employment, inflation, interest rates, and the international value of the dollar to output.
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94611 101 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE125  Hurst, Brian
94612 102 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE125  Hurst, Brian
95155 103 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sandhu, Malkiat
This is an online section.
An in-person orientation is available Thursday September 6 5:00-8:00pm in B206.
95219 104 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-C2  Torres, Eduardo
This section is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
95460 105 Online   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Sandhu, Malkiat
This is an 8 week online section.
An in-person orientation is available Thursday September 6 5:00-8:00pm in B206.
ECON 010B - Intro to Microeconomic Theory  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with P grade
Students are introduced to microeconomic theory including economic behavior of individual economic units such as consumers, firms, and resource owners. They will examine the market system as a means of solving problems in the production and distribution of goods and services in a society. Students analyze the effectiveness of the price system in providing the society with an equitable distribution of goods, services, and income. They will also study microeconomic problems such as monopoly power of big business and big unions, government regulations and consumer protection, the energy crisis, taxes, and welfare.
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94613 101 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE125  Clarke, Deborah
95461 104 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Sandhu, Malkiat
This is an 8 week online section.
EDUC 010 - Intro Educ Multicult Society  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 2
Students examine the role and function of the educational system in a multicultural society. The promise and challenges associated with kindergarten through grade twelve education in the United States will be explored. Topics will include teaching as profession and career pathways, historical and philosophical foundations of the educational system, California's content standards and frameworks, and contemporary educational issues. This course requires a minimum of 45 hours of structured fieldwork in a variety of public, elementary and middle school classrooms that reflect California’s diverse student population.
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94616 101 Lec W   06:15 PM—08:50 PM 10/01/18— 12/20/18 B209 
  101 Lab   10/01/18— 12/20/18  
EDUC 290 - Ldshp Sm-Grp Peer Asstd Lrng  0.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Students will assume the roles and responsibilities associated with being a Peer Leader employee and gain knowledge in leadership.This course introduces the philosophy of small-group peer-assisted learning. It is designed to develop the role of a Peer Leader with focus on principles and practices of effective leadership, mentorship, oral and aural communication skills to facilitate learning within a small-group setting.
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95517 101 Lec TH   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/06/18— 12/13/18 M201  Hurst, Karen
This section meets 8 times: 9/6, 9/20, 10/4, 10/18, 11/1, 11/15, 11/29, 12/13.
95518 102 Lec F   08:00 AM—08:50 AM 09/07/18— 12/07/18 M201  Adamczeski, Madeline
This section meets 8 times: 9/7, 9/21, 10/5, 10/19, 11/2, 11/16, 11/30, 12/7.
EMS 005 - EMR  2.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: Students must be 18+ years at the start of class and have American Heart Association CPR for Healthcare Providers current through the end of class.
Students will study patient assessment, CPR review, splinting, emergency childbirth, and shock and wound management. This course is for non-ambulance professional rescuers who are first to arrive at an emergency medical scene.  Students successfully completing this course will receive Emergency Medical Responder Certification and will be eligible to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians Emergency Medical Responder test.
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95182 101 Lec W   05:30 PM—06:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T513  Finch, Timothy
  101 Lab W   07:00 PM—10:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T513  Finch, Timothy
95183 102 Lec TH   05:30 PM—06:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T517  Miller, Scott
  102 Lab TH   07:00 PM—10:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T517  Miller, Scott
EMS 010 - EMT - B  6.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: American Heart Association CPR-Certification Healthcare Provider card, current throughout the length of the program, and student must be 18 years of age prior to first day of class per certification requirements
Corequisite: EMS 010
Recommended: Completion of MA 004, or equivalent knowledge in anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology
Students will acquire the theory, skills, and knowledge necessary to earn an EMT-B certificate of completion in compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) standards. National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT) skills testing is included in the course. Upon course completion the student must take a National Registry written exam through a NREMT approved testing site. This course meets state and national standards for EMT-B training and is approved by Santa Clara County Emergency Medical Services as preparation for EMT-B certification. Students must provide own transporation to a mandatory ride-along and clinical experience.
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94903 101 Lec T   08:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T515  Takahashi, Gerald
  101 Lab TH   08:00 AM—02:10 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T514  Miller, Scott
94904 102 Lec M   05:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T515  Miller, Scott
  102 Lab W   04:00 PM—10:10 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T514  Miller, Scott
  102 Lab W   04:00 PM—10:10 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T514  Miller, Scott
ENGL 001A - English Composition  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
Prerequisite: Continuing students must complete ((ENGL 104 or ENGL 092) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101)) or ESL 091; all with C or better. New students will be placed based on the results of assessment.
Students will learn the skills necessary for writing college level compositions. Students learn expository writing, critical reading, and research techniques. Students will also learn to write academic essays including a documented research paper in conventional format using MLA style. English 001A is the first transfer level English course.
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93526 101 Lec MW   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE113  Alkire, Scott
93527 102 Lec F   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B202  Alkire, Scott
93528 103 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE111  Heimler, Charles
93529 104 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE117  Pino, Anthony
93530 105 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE115  Adkins, Jan
93531 106 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B202  Kozlowski, Heidi
93532 107 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE111  Griffin, Dedrick
93533 108 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE117  Heimler, Charles
93534 109 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE113  Alvarez, Patricia
93535 110 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B202  Kozlowski, Heidi
93536 111 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE111  Griffin, Dedrick
93537 112 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE111  Lahr, Shawn
  112 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE111  Chen, Lilly
93539 115 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE205  Inguito, Kevin
93542 126 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Brennan, Raymond
This is an online section.
93543 127 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Chapa, Aurelio
This is an online section.
93545 119 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE217  Pino, Anthony
93547 123 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B207  Hsia, Bonnie
This section has an ESL focus.
93548 129 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Inguito, Kevin
This is an online section.
94776 125 Hybrid TH   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 10/30/18— 12/20/18 GE121  Inguito, Kevin
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
95231 114 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE115  Alvarez, Patricia
95235 121 Lec MW   10:15 AM—01:30 PM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 B202  Maughn, James
95252 131 Lec T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE111  Brennan, Raymond
95253 132 Online   09/04/18— 10/26/18   McGuire, Jennifer
This is an 8 week online section.
95369 133 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B205  Sapigao, Janice
This section is part of the Caminos/Cutivamos program. To learn more about the program and whether it would work for you, please contact METAS at 408-288-3125.
ENGL 001B - English Composition  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better
English 001B is a second semester college composition course. Students will study expository and argumentative writing directed toward an analysis of ideas and concepts from a wide variety of literature. Students will read fiction, drama, poetry, and essays critically reading in these genres for the purpose of writing.
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93550 101 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE113  Chen, Lilly
93551 102 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B203  Swanson, John
93552 103 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE111  Chen, Lilly
93554 105 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B205  Sapigao, Janice
93555 106 Lec T   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B206  Lahr, Shawn
93557 109 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Blair, Michelle
This is an online section.
93558 110 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Kozlowski, Heidi
This is an online section.
93559 111 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Kozlowski, Heidi
This is an online section.
95236 108 Lec MW   10:15 AM—01:30 PM 10/29/18— 12/20/18 B202  Maughn, James
ENGL 001C - Critical Thinking/Composition  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better
Students will learn to identify the basic structures of arguments and the ways people use language to fortify or to falsify arguments. This course presents the techniques of critical reasoning and advanced composition. Students will analyze and demonstrate these techniques by writing and critiquing essays. This course is specifically designed to meet the IGETC critical thinking requirement.
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93560 101 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B207  Griffin, Dedrick
93561 102 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE117  Adkins, Jan
93562 103 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B205  Flynn, Enjoli
93563 104 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B205  Griffin, Dedrick
93564 105 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE117  Swanson, John
93565 108 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Blair, Michelle
This is an online section.
93566 109 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Heimler, Charles
This is an online section.
93567 110 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Breheny, Jessica
This is an online section.
94777 107 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 T421  Nestojko, Jennifer
95254 112 Online   10/30/18— 12/20/18   Haley, Daniel
This is a late start, 8 week, online section.
ENGL 071A - Fund Creative Writing/Poetry  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 or ENGL 104) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101) or ESL 091; all with C or better or placement based on assessment
Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of writing poetry, such as the sonnet, blank verse, ballad, haiku, villanelle, and free verse. Students will discuss and analyze poems written by published writers and by their classmates.
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95241 101 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Haley, Daniel
ENGL 071B - Fund Creative Writing/Fiction  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 or ENGL 104) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101) or ESL 091; all with C or better or placement based on assessment
Students are introduced to the principles and forms of fiction, such as description, mood, tone, theme, character development, narration, short story, novella, and the novel. Students will read and produce works of fiction.
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93570 101 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Haley, Daniel
ENGL 071C - Fund Creative Writing /Drama  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 or ENGL 104) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101) or ESL 091; all with C or better or placement based on assessment
Students are introduced to the principles and forms of drama such as conflict, setting, timing, pace, dialogue, scene-building, radio or television plays, one-act, and full-length plays for the theatre. Students will produce a portfolio of drama.
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95242 101 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Haley, Daniel
ENGL 084A - Survey of American Lit I  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 or ENGL 104) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101), all with a P or placement based on assessment
Students will study the progression of American literature from its beginning to 1865 with emphasis on social and cultural backgrounds. This course includes works of writers of the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Romantic periods.
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93571 101 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Breheny, Jessica
This is an online section.
ENGL 086A - Survey British Literature I  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 or ENGL 104) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101), all with C or better or placement based on assessment
Students are introduced to the development of British literature from its beginnings in the 8th Century AD through the 18th Century. Students will read and discuss examples of epic, lyric, drama, and prose writings.
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95424 102 Online   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Chapa, Aurelio
This is an online section.
ENGL 086B - Survey British Literature II  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 or ENGL 104) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101), all with C or better.
Students are introduced to British Literature from the 18th Century AD through the present day. Students will read and discuss examples of epic, lyric, drama, and prose writings.
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95425 102 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   McGuire, Jennifer
This is an online section.
ENGL 092 - Essay Development  4.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 302 or ENGL 322 and (ENGL 330 or ENGL 335) or READ 301 and (ENGL 330 or ENGL 335); all with C or placement based on assessment
Students will focus on the writing of short compositions in response to readings reflecting sentence variety, syntactic complexity, and paragraph efficiency using a variety of rhetorical modes. Students will also read college-level materials and write responses to the readings. Students will edit compositions for punctuation, spelling, and capitalization errors. This course prepares students for English 001A, the General Education transfer English Composition course.
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
93574 101 Lec MW   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B202  Flynn, Enjoli
93575 102 Lec TTH   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE205  Chapa, Aurelio
93576 103 Lec F   09:00 AM—01:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 M301  Edwards, Marlise
93577 104 Lec MW   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE205  Petrosyan, Alla
93578 105 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 210  Petrosyan, Alla
93579 106 Lec MW   10:15 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B206  Blair, Michelle
93580 107 Lec MW   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE117  Heimler, Charles
93581 108 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE113  Chapa, Aurelio
  108 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE113  Chapa, Aurelio
93582 109 Lec M   05:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B202  Breheny, Jessica
93584 114 Hybrid TH   05:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 10/26/18 D108  Nestojko, Jennifer
This is an 8 week hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
95238 111 Lec MW   06:15 PM—08:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE217  Lahr, Shawn
95239 112 Lec TTH   02:00 PM—03:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Edwards, Marlise
ENGL 098 - Directed Study  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better
Individual or small groups of students who would benefit from Independent Study under the direction of faculty members in specific or related disciplines may develop individualized learning contracts designed to enhance their individual instructional programs. The students and the faculty member in consultation with the Division Dean will determine appropriate learning objectives and activities as well as the number of units to be earned. Instructions and the Learning Contract forms are available in the Division office. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 units across all disciplines.
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95645 101   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Sapigao, Janice
ENGL 335 - Basic Writing Skills  4.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 1   |  Write: 1  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: READ 350 or (ESL 312 and ESL 313), all with P grade or placement based on assessment
Students learn the steps of the writing process, the development of paragraphs and short multi-paragraph compositions, the writing of summaries, and the basic rules of standard English usage.  The lab component provides individualized writing help for each student.  This course is designed to develop students' competence in basic writing skills two levels below English 1A. 
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93585 101 Lec W   08:00 AM—09:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE121  Stokes-Cobb, Jeannie
  101 Lec M   08:00 AM—10:25 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE121  Stokes-Cobb, Jeannie
  101 Lab W   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE121  Stokes-Cobb, Jeannie
93586 102 Lec M   11:00 AM—01:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B207  Edwards, Marlise
  102 Lec W   11:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B207  Edwards, Marlise
  102 Lab W   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B207  Edwards, Marlise
93587 103 Lec T   11:00 AM—01:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Edwards, Marlise
  103 Lec T   11:00 AM—01:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Edwards, Marlise
  103 Lec TH   11:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Edwards, Marlise
  103 Lec TH   11:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Edwards, Marlise
  103 Lab TH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  Edwards, Marlise
93590 106 Lec T   06:15 PM—08:40 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE115  Frankel, Valerie
  106 Lec TH   06:15 PM—07:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE115  Frankel, Valerie
  106 Lab TH   07:30 PM—08:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE115  Frankel, Valerie
ENVIR 010 - Environmental Science  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
In this interdisciplinary course students examine the foundations for a sustainable future and interaction between human civilization and the environment. Students explore the major issues facing our planet; population growth, resource exploitation, pollution, and dwindling biodiversity. They analyze environmental policies and their effectiveness. Field trips are required. The course is designed for non-science majors to meet AA/AS general education laboratory science requirements in either biological or physical science.
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Room
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92944 101 Lec S   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S128  Keys, Sherri
  101 Lab S   12:15 PM—03:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S128  Khomtchouk, Kelly
92945 102 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Datta, Sanhita
  102 Lab M   12:30 PM—03:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S128  Datta, Sanhita
92946 103 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S122  Datta, Sanhita
  103 Lab W   12:30 PM—03:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S128  Datta, Sanhita
92947 104 Lec TTH   05:45 PM—07:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S128  Schriber, Jennifer
  104 Lab T   07:15 PM—10:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S128  Schriber, Jennifer
ESL 091 - College Reading and Writing 2  6.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 302 with P grade or placement based on assessment
Students will write a variety of advanced ESL level texts that exhibit depth, relevance, and complexity in idea development. Compositions will include a short problem-solution paper using outside sources and MLA format, and a technical report. Students will also apply literal, inferential, interpretive reading, and critical thinking skills, likewise, enhance skills in vocabulary comprehension and acquisition and the advanced level of language learning. Reading materials highlighting current issues and topics of interest across cultures will include articles, essays, a technical report, and literary works. This course is designed for non-native speakers of English one level below English 1A. 
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Date
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Instructor
93348 101 Lec M   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE213  Trombly-Christen, Christine
  101 Lec W   09:15 AM—12:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE213  Trombly-Christen, Christine
  101 Lab M   11:15 AM—12:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE213  Trombly-Christen, Christine
93350 103 Lec M   06:15 PM—09:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE213  Herzi, Monica
  103 Lec W   06:15 PM—07:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE213  Herzi, Monica
  103 Lab W   07:45 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE213  Herzi, Monica
93351 104 Hybrid T   06:15 PM—09:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE211  Takei, Leslie
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in person meetings and online work.
94764 102 Hybrid F   09:15 AM—12:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE123  Rice, Leslie
  102 Hybrid F   09:15 AM—12:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE123  Rice, Leslie
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
ESL 208 - ESL Skills Lab  0.00 Units
Grading:      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Recommended Preparation: Student must be enrolled in any class.
This open entry/open exit course provides individualized support for English Language Learners in need of English skills improvement. Students will use educational software and online formats that expand and enrich the learning experience beyond the classroom.
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Room
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95485 101 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120 
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab M 9:00-10:30am.
95487 103 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Lee, Daisy
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab M 10:30-12:00pm.
95488 104 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Mitevska, Margarita
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab M 12:00 - 1:30pm.
95490 106 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Mitevska, Margarita
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab T 9:00-10:25am.
95491 107 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Cao, Dongmei
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab T 10:30-11:55am.
95492 108 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Trombetta, Tonia
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab T 1:15-2:40pm.
95493 109 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Sokolenko, Yevgeniya
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab T 4:05-5:30pm.
95494 110 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Yu Costa, Ellen
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab T 5:20-6:45pm.
95496 111 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  McKinlay, Huimin
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab W 9:00-10:25am.
95498 113 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Smith, Antonio
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab W 11:40-1:05pm.
95499 114 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Trombly-Christen, Christine
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab W 1:05-2:30pm.
95500 115 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Welles, Norma
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab W 4:05-5:30pm.
95501 116 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  McKinlay, Huimin
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab Thursday 10:50am-12:20pm.
95502 117 Lab   09/10/18— 12/13/18 L120  Allen, Frederick
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab TH 9:00-10:50am.
95505 120 Lab   09/10/18— 12/13/18 L120  Arnao, Paul
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab Th 4:20-6:10pm.
95506 121 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Hamilton, Webster
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab F 9:00-10:50am.
95507 122 Lab   09/10/18— 12/20/18 L120  Shugan, Nathapong
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab F 11:50-1:40pm.
ESL 302 - Intro College Rdg and Wrtg  6.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ESL 312 and ESL 313, both with P grade or placement based on assessment
Students will focus on writing essays that exhibit the depth and complexity of low-advanced language level academic texts. They will study language elements used to present clear and effective thesis statements. They will evaluate a variety of texts that demonstrate the ways writers express ideas for a variety of purposes and intent. Students will also continue to improve skills in academic and extensive reading, critical thinking, and vocabulary acquisition. Reading materials will highlight current issues and topics of interest across cultures including articles, essays, and literary works. This course is designed for non-native speakers of English two levels below English 1A.
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Room
Instructor
93352 101 Lec M   09:15 AM—12:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE211  Pucay, Dorothy
  101 Lec W   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE211  Pucay, Dorothy
  101 Lab W   11:15 AM—12:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE211  Pucay, Dorothy
93353 102 Lec T   09:15 AM—12:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE217  Trombetta, Tonia
  102 Lec TH   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE217  Trombetta, Tonia
  102 Lab TH   11:15 AM—12:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE217  Trombetta, Tonia
93357 103 Lec T   07:45 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE117  Byeon, Seongah
  103 Lec TH   06:15 PM—09:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE117  Byeon, Seongah
  103 Lab T   06:15 PM—07:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE117  Byeon, Seongah
93360 104 Lec M   07:45 PM—09:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE121  Gairaud, Patricia
  104 Lec W   06:15 PM—09:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE121  Gairaud, Patricia
  104 Lab M   06:15 PM—07:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE121  Gairaud, Patricia
ESL 312 - Introduction to the Essay  5.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 322 and ESL 323 and ESL 324, all with P grade or placement based on assessment.
Corequisite: ESL 312L
Students will read and write multiple-paragraph compositions with the depth and complexity of high-intermediate academic texts. They will expand their study of well-written paragraphs to include short essays on academic topics. They will acquire grammar, writing, revision, and editing skills for college-level academic work.  Concurrent enrollment in ESL 312L is required for computer-assisted grammar and writing practice with lab assistance. ESL 312 is a high-intermediate writing course for non-native speakers of English three levels below English 001A.
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Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
93362 101 Lec MW   11:45 AM—02:10 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE219  do Carmo, Patricia
93365 102 Lec TTH   09:40 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE213  Erkal, Zerrin
93368 103 Lec MW   07:00 PM—09:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE211  Cabral, Lucinda
ESL 312L - ESL Skills Development Lab  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Corequisite: ESL 312
This laboratory course is required learning assistance for students enrolled in ESL 312. Students will receive individualized instructional support and use educational software that expands students’ experience with writing short essays that demonstrate logical development of a thesis and grammatical and lexical proficiency at an intermediate-high proficiency level.
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Date
Room
Instructor
95315 101 Lab   09/04/18— 12/20/18   do Carmo, Patricia
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab M 5:00-6:00pm.
95316 102 Lab   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Erkal, Zerrin
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab TH 12:40-2:30pm.
95317 103 Lab   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Cabral, Lucinda
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab W 5:30-6:30pm.
ESL 313 - Intro to College Reading  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ESL 322 and ESL 323 and ESL 324, all with P grade, or placement based on assessment
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 312 or ESL 314 or ESL 317) and ESL 203 is strongly recommended
Students will acquire reading and vocabulary skills at a intermediate-high level of English proficiency. They will read and respond to introductory college-level texts, develop literal and critical comprehension, and expand vocabulary for academic purposes. Strongly recommended: concurrent enrollment ESL 312 or ESL 314 or ESL 208.
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93369 101 Lec TTH   08:00 AM—09:20 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE213  Hamilton, Webster
93371 102 Lec MW   10:10 AM—11:30 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE215  Mitevska, Margarita
93372 103 Lec MW   05:30 PM—06:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE211  Carrell, Tanya
ESL 322 - Paragraph Development  5.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ESL 332 or ESL 532 with P grade or placement based on assessment.
Corequisite: ESL 322L
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL (323 or 324 or 327) is strongly recommended
Students develop intermediate level writing proficiency. They will write paragraphs and journals on various topics to acquire grammar, writing, and lexical skills. Concurrent enrollment in ESL 322L is required for computer-assisted grammar and writing practice with lab assistance.
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Date
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Instructor
93375 101 Lec MW   11:45 AM—02:10 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE215  Garcia Casas, Ashley
93379 103 Lec MW   07:00 PM—09:25 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE115  Chien, Sharon
93381 104 Lec TTH   09:30 AM—11:55 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B207  Haven, Kathleen
ESL 322L - ESL Skills Development Lab  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Corequisite: ESL 322
This laboratory course is required learning assistance for students enrolled in ESL 322. Students will receive individualized instructional support and use educational software that expands their experience with paragraphing and sentence level grammar.
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95318 101 Lab   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Garcia Casas, Ashley
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab W 10:15-11:40am.
95320 103 Lab   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Chien, Sharon
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab M 5:00-6:00pm.
95321 104 Lab   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Welles, Norma
Students can use the lab anytime the lab is open. This instructor is in the lab T 11:50am - 1:10pm.
ESL 323 - Reading and Vocabulary Develop  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 323 or ESL 333 with P grade or placement based on assessment
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (322 or 324 or 327) and ESL 203 is strongly recommended.
Students acquire reading and vocabulary skills at the intermediate level of proficiency in English. Students will develop reading comprehension and vocabulary development and engage in discussion and writing activities. Strongly recommended: concurrent enrollment in ESL 322 and/or ESL 324 and/or ESL 208. 
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Room
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93382 101 Lec TTH   08:00 AM—09:20 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE219  do Carmo, Patricia
93384 102 Lec MW   10:10 AM—11:30 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE217  do Carmo, Patricia
93386 103 Lec TTH   05:30 PM—06:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE215  Carrell, Tanya
ESL 324 - Listen/Speak Skills Dev  4.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 334 or ESL 531 with P grade or placement based on assessment
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in(ESL 322 or ESL 323 or ESL 327) and ESL 204 is strongly recommended.
Students will learn listening skills such as inferring speaker’s point of view, intent, and tone, recognizing target vocabulary and idioms, identifying events in sequence, and applying note-taking skills. Students will also learn speaking skills at the intermediate level of proficiency such as using effective discussion techniques to exchange and verify information, request clarification, interrupt a conversation, express opinions, and prepare for, create, and deliver short oral presentations. Strongly recommended: concurrent enrollment in ESL 322 or ESL 323 or ESL 208.
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Room
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93388 101 Lec MW   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE217  Erkal, Zerrin
93389 102 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE211  Takei, Leslie
  102 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE211  Takei, Leslie
93391 103 Lec TTH   07:00 PM—08:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE215  Yu Costa, Ellen
ESL 327 - English Pronunciation 2  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 334 or ESL 337 or placement based on assessment
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 322 or ESL 323 or ESL 324) and ESL 207 is strongly recommended.
Students further their study of the pronunciation, intonation, stress, and rhythm patterns of English. They are introduced to the phonetic alphabet and study the sound-spelling correlations of English. They also receive further instruction on the production of sounds in word-initial and word-final environments, intonation and stress patterns in multi-syllabic words, and native-like sentence stress, rhythm and intonation. Multimedia and online resources supplement the course.
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
93394 101 Lec MW   05:30 PM—06:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE223  McKinlay, Huimin
ESL 500 - ESL in Health Care  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Recommended: It is recommended that the student has completed higher levels of Adult Education ESL courses.
Students study listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills for a variety of tasks associated with health care. This course is designed as the part of the Medical Career Preparation CTE Program. Students acquire language, vocabulary, and cultural information necessary for communicating in English with patients and their families, health care providers, and health service co-workers.
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
94765 101 Lec MW   12:30 PM—02:35 PM 10/01/18— 12/20/18 GE115 
94766 102 Lec MW   05:30 PM—07:35 PM 10/01/18— 12/20/18 B203  Grigsby, Anne-Laure
ESL 510 - ESL for Computers  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Recommended: It is recommended that the student has completed higher levels of Adult Education ESL courses.
Students are introduced to the language used in operating and supporting the computer. This course is designed for the proposed noncredit Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) Pathway Program.
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
94767 101 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—08:05 PM 10/01/18— 12/20/18 B203  Mohan, Neha
94768 102 Lec TTH   12:30 PM—02:35 PM 10/01/18— 12/20/18 GE111  Mitevska, Margarita
94769 103 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—08:05 PM 10/01/18— 12/20/18 MIL-C2  Sanchez, Claudio
This section is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
ESL 531 - Inter-Low Listening/Speaking  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Recommended: It is recommended that the student has completed higher levels of Adult Education ESL courses.
ESL 531 is a non-credit academic intermediate-low listening and speaking skills course for non-native speakers of English. Students learn listening skills, such as distinguishing main idea from details. Students also learn speaking skills, such as restating main ideas, asking questions, and exchanging information.
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Room
Instructor
93400 101 Lec TTH   11:15 AM—01:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE215  Allen, Frederick
93402 103 Lec TTH   07:00 PM—08:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B207  Crawford, Adrian
93403 104 Lec MW   07:00 PM—08:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE215  Jellison, Heather
93405 105 Lec MW   11:15 AM—01:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B203  Cao, Dongmei
94770 102 Lec MW   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE215  Cao, Dongmei
94771 106 Lec TTH   06:30 PM—08:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE205  Arnao, Paul
ESL 532 - Inter-Low Reading and Writing  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Recommended: It is recommended that the student has completed higher levels of Adult Education ESL courses.
ESL 532 is a non-credit academic intermediate-low reading and writing skills course for non-native speakers of English.  Students learn writing techniques and grammar for composing sentences and short paragraphs. Students also study reading and vocabulary skills and strategies for the literal and critical comprehension of intermediate level ESL texts. 
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Type
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Time
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Room
Instructor
93407 101 Lec MW   10:35 AM—01:40 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE103  Erkal, Zerrin
  101 Lec MW   10:35 AM—01:40 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE103  Erkal, Zerrin
93408 102 Lec TTH   08:00 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE211  Pucay, Dorothy
  102 Lec TTH   08:00 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE211  Pucay, Dorothy
93409 103 Lec MW   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE207  Ro, Minna
93410 104 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE213  Sokolenko, Yevgeniya
93411 105 Lec MW   08:00 AM—11:05 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B203  Smith, Antonio
93413 106 Lec MW   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE111  Welles, Norma
ESL 541 - Grammar for Writers 1  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 532 with a P.
ESL students will study English grammar and syntactic structure at the intermediate level of language proficiency. Students will acquire skills in the use of grammar structures such as verb phrases, noun phrases, modification structures, and various sentence structures to make meaningful context and express meaning appropriately and accurately in oral and written discourse. Concurrent enrollment in ESL 322 and ESL 208 is strongly recommended.
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95402 101 Lec MW   05:30 PM—06:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE215  Chandler, Elsie
ESL 542 - Grammar for Writers 2  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 322 with a P or placement based on assessment.
Recommended: ESL 316
ESL students will study English grammar and syntactic structure at the low-advanced level of proficiency. Students will explore the use of these structures in varying discourse contexts and for varied rhetorical purposes. Focus will be on expanding awareness and use of grammar and syntactic structures to express meaning accurately in oral and written discourse. Students will refine editing and revision skills.
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Instructor
95617 102 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—02:20 PM 10/01/18— 12/20/18 GE219  do Carmo, Patricia
This section starts October 1.
ESL 550 - ESL for the Workplace  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Recommended: It is recommended that the student has completed higher levels of Adult Education ESL courses.
Students study listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills for a variety of tasks associated with workplaces. This course is designed for the proposed noncredit Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) Pathway Program. Vocabulary used in this course will be specifically geared towards the area this is course offered for.
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Room
Instructor
95258 103 Lec TTH   12:30 PM—02:35 PM 10/01/18— 12/20/18 GE105  Shugan, Nathapong
95259 104 Lec MW   06:00 PM—08:05 PM 10/01/18— 12/20/18 GE219  Lee, Daisy
95370 106 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 MIL-C1  Lee, Daisy
This section is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
ETH 020 - African American Culture  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students survey the African American experience in the United States. Students will critically examine past, present, and evolving socio-political, economic, and cultural dynamics that help to create African American culture.
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94617 101 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B208  White, Khalid
ETH 027 - Intro to Race & Ethnicity  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will critically explore the phenomena of race and ethnicity in the history of the United States. Examining the socio-political realities of power, students analyze the processes by which racial stratification occur. Particular emphasis is placed on the socio-historical experiences of major, subordinate ethnic groups in America --African Americans, Mexican Americans, Asian Americans, and Native Americans. Students critically analyze major theoretical approaches to understanding the circumstances that have shaped present race relations in America and various Ethnic Studies paradigms.
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Instructor
94618 101 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B102  Rodriguez, Andres
94620 103 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B204  Huynh, Cindy
94621 104 Lec W   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B201  Huynh, Cindy
94622 105 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   White, Khalid
This is an online section.
95544 106 Lec MTWTHF   01:20 PM—02:45 PM 09/04/18— 12/11/18 SJHS  Tran, Michelle
This is a dual-enrollment section offered at San Jose High School. It is reserved for students of San Jose High School only.
95612 107 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Huynh, Cindy
This is an online section. It runs for the 8 weeks during the 2nd half of the semester.
ETH 030 - Chicana/o Culture  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students study the development of Mexican and Chicana/o culture in Mexico and the United States Southwest including theory, an analysis of the concept of culture and its application to the Mexican and Chicano community. Cultural expression as well as the socio-cultural realities in the study of people of Mexican origin will be emphasized. Other areas of interest include historical influences on art, language, music, folklore, and lifestyles of Chicanas/os in the United States Southwest.
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Time
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Instructor
94623 101 Lec W   06:15 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B208  Rodriguez, Andres
94624 102 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B201  Gamboa, Jacqueline
ETH 037A - Mexican American History I  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will survey the social, political, economic, and cultural history of the Mexican American experience within the context of U.S. history from the pre-Columbian era to Reconstruction. Students will also critically analyze the roles and contributions that Mexican Americans have played in the development of the United States with comparisons to other groups. ETH 037A, along with ETH 037B, satisfies the District requirements in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals requirement.
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Instructor
94625 101 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B201  Covarrubias, Jesus
94626 102 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S202  Gamboa, Jacqueline
94627 103 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B201  Rodriguez, Andres
94628 104 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Covarrubias, Jesus
This is an online section.
95528 105 Lec MTHF   07:55 AM—09:00 AM 09/04/18— 12/18/18 LIN  Rodriguez, Andres
This is a dual-enrollment section offered at Lincoln High School. It is reserved for students of Lincoln High School only.
ETH 037B - Mexican American History II  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will survey the social, poltical, economic, and cultural history of the Mexican American experience within the context of U.S. history from Reconstruction to the present. Students will also analyze roles and contributions that Mexican Americans have played in the development of the United States and California, and with comparisons to other groups. ETH 037B, along with ETH 037A, satisfies the District requirements in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals requirement.
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Room
Instructor
94629 101 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B201  Covarrubias, Jesus
94630 102 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B201  Rodriguez, Andres
94631 103 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Covarrubias, Jesus
  103 Online   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Covarrubias, Jesus
This is an online section.
ETH 041 - Vietnamese American Culture  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will analyze the transition and adaptation of the Vietnamese American community in the context of history, culture, family, religion, education, career, community leadership and internal politics by examining the experiences of Vietnamese Americans who have resettled in the United States since the Vietnam War ended in the mid '70s.
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Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
94632 101 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE127  Huynh, Cindy
94633 102 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B102  Huynh, Cindy
FCS 019 - Nutrition  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 and READ 101) or ESL 091; all with C or better
Students are introduced to basic nutrition principles, including physiological, psychological, and sociological considerations. Students will analyze the human diet in relation to health, lifestyle choices, personal behaviors, and disease prevention. Individual recommended nutrient intake, the body's use of nutrients, and optimum dietary health across the lifespan will be discussed. Students will also examine the influence of culture, food supply, food choices, and nutritional status, as well as socioeconomic conditions, food fads, and diet misinformation.
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Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
94634 101 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B106  Antonelli, Sharon
94635 102 Hybrid   09/04/18— 12/20/18   Antonelli, Sharon
This is a hybrid section. There is a required in-person orientation 9/6 6-7:05pm, room GE125.
95433 103 Online   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Lucas, Devorah
This is an online section.
FCS 070 - Child Development  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 and READ 101) or ESL 091; all with C or better
Students will study the child from the prenatal period through adolescence. The physical, social-emotional, and cognitive aspects of development are explored. This course is required for ECE majors and recommended for nursing and psychology majors, and anyone wanting to understand the development of children.
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Sec
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Time
Date
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Instructor
94636 101 Lec TTH   06:15 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 10/25/18 B201  Kennedy, Julie
This is an 8 week long section.
94637 102 Online   09/04/18— 10/24/18   Sudarsana, Madhavi
  102 Online   09/04/18— 10/24/18   Sudarsana, Madhavi
This is an 8 week long online section.
95156 103 Lec TTH   09:00 AM—11:50 AM 09/04/18— 10/25/18 120  Kennedy, Julie
This section is held at the Center for Employment Training: 701 Vine St., San Jose, CA 95110.
FMT 100 - Intro Facilities Maintenance  3.50 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Mechanical aptitude, and good command of communication skills.
Students are introduced to industrial maintenance and operations including OSHA-approved industrial safety procedures and practices. Students acquire knowledge in and apply the use of basic tools and specialized equipment for use in lubrication, maintenance, electrical operation, and repair for industrial facilities equipment.
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Days
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Date
Room
Instructor
94905 101 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 209  Bui, Johnny
  101 Lab M   09:15 PM—10:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 209  Bui, Johnny
94906 102 Lec W   12:45 PM—03:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 208  Rowhani, Rahm
  102 Lab W   04:00 PM—05:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 210  Rowhani, Rahm
FMT 104 - Electrical for FMT  2.50 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: FMT 100 with C or better
Recommended: Prior completion of AIRC 121 and AIRC 122 is strongly recommended
Students are introduced to the concepts of electricity and its safe use as commonly used in large facilities. These concepts will include single phase and three phase generation, electrical distribution, single phase motors, electrical efficiency, and power factor correction.
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Room
Instructor
94907 101 Lec W   06:00 PM—07:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 107P  Elsea Jr., Arthur
  101 Lab W   08:00 PM—09:20 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 107P  Elsea Jr., Arthur
FMT 120 - Low/High Pressure Boilers  3.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
The student will learn to identify, maintain, and operate small and large heating systems used in commercial, institutional, and industrial applications. Types of equipment include hot water, low-pressure and high-pressure steam boilers, auxiliary, safety and flame safeguard controls, steam traps, condensate return, and water treatment systems. Safe and efficient operation of boilers and related central plant machinery and equipment will be emphasized.
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94908 101 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 209  Bui, Johnny
  101 Lab T   09:15 PM—10:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 209  Bui, Johnny
FMT 122 - Intro PLC  4.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: It is helpful to have experience using a PC and completed CIS 041
Students will study principles of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) operation. Students learn control applications using PLCs in a systematic approach involving problem analysis, ladder diagrams, selection of PLC input and output modules, programming logic functions, and testing. Students will focus on implementation of simple applications in the laboratory.
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Time
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Room
Instructor
94909 101 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 107A  Elsea Jr., Arthur
  101 Lab TH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 107A  Elsea Jr., Arthur
FMT 123 - Intermediate PLCs  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: FMT 122 with C or better
Recommended: Student should be comfortable working with office applications on the Windows desktop. Familiarity with the Rockwell Automation RSLogix 5000 integrated development environment is a plus.
Students will learn advanced topics of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) programming. Students study how control applications will be applied to control systems for factory automation and robotic applications. Students will focus on implementation of intermediate applications in the laboratory.
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Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
94910 101 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 107A  Elsea Jr., Arthur
  101 Lab TH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 107A  Elsea Jr., Arthur
FREN 001A - Elementary French  5.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students develop elementary skills in listening, reading, speaking and writing. Students will acquire vocabulary, structures and patterns necessary for comprehension of standard spoken and written French at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Novice Mid to Novice High sub-levels. The course provides insights into the diversity of French and francophone cultures and civilizations.
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Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
94790 101 Lec MW   10:45 AM—01:10 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 GE105  Berke, Michael
GEOG 010 - Intro to Physical Geography  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students study the earth's physical environment with focus on atmosphere, weather, climate, internal and external landform formation, vegetation, human-caused changes, and the interrelationship among these elements. The spatial location of unique landscapes will be explored with maps, globes, mapping exercises, and possibly a field trip.
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Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
94638 101 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 B204  Baurmeister, Ken
GEOL 010 - Physical Geology  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students are introduced to geologic processes related to volcanoes, earthquakes, landslides, erosion, tsunami, and Earth resources. The relationship of these processes to each other and to overarching geologic concepts, such as plate tectonics, the rock cycle and the water cycle will be examined. Major focuses include the impact these processes have on civilization and communicating geologic concepts. The scientific method is illustrated as it relates to analyzing geologic problems. GEOL 010 taken with GEOL 010L meets the lab science requirement for graduation/transfer.
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Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
92948 101 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S213  Smay, Jessica
92949 102 Hybrid W   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S213  Smay, Jessica
This is a hybrid section. The class is taught both in person and online. There are required on-campus meetings and required online learning.
GEOL 010L - Physical Geology Laboratory  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: GEOL 010
Students will study minerals, rocks, and sediments and the processes that form them. These and other geologic processes will be related to plate tectonics, the rock cycle and the water cycle. A major focus is on using the scientific method to study these geologic processes and concepts. Projects will include using technology to conduct experiments that model geologic processes, interpreting maps and other images, and studying geologic processes in the field. Fieldtrip(s) will be required. GEOL 010 taken with GEOL 010L meets the lab science requirement for graduation/transfer.
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Days
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Room
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92950 101 Lab W   12:30 PM—03:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S213  Smay, Jessica
  101 Lab W   12:30 PM—03:35 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 S213  Smay, Jessica

This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses and their availability, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/Library/Pages/ztc.aspx
GLOBL 001 - Introduction to Global Studies  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students are introduced to the emerging field of Global Studies. Students gain an interdisciplinary view of globalization and global perspectives that include consideration of social, cultural, religious, political, and geographical factors that affect the world community. Significant economic trends and environmental issues and sustainability will also be addressed.
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94639 101 Online   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Conroy, Mary
  101 Online   09/04/18— 10/26/18   Conroy, Mary
This is an 8 week online section.
GLOBL 002 - Global Issues  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students are introduced to the origins, current status, and future trends of major transnational issues confronting the global community. They will study current world population trends, and explore meeting human needs for food, water, energy, and health care. Issues addressed include human rights, global inequality, international conflict and cooperation, and our collective responsibilty to establish a sustainable environment for future generations.
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94640 101 Online   10/29/18— 12/20/18   Conroy, Mary
This is an 8 week online section.
GUIDE 010 - Transfer Success  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students will engage in a comprehensive review of the transfer process, including a study of higher education systems, transfer admissions practices, major preparation, financial planning, and current topics related to transfer.  This course offers students an opportunity to develop an individualized transfer plan in preparation for transfer to a 4-year college.
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93085 101 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:20 PM 09/10/18— 10/29/18 B206  Chenportillo, Lezra
This section ends 10/29.
95381 102 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:20 PM 09/04/18— 10/18/18 GE125  Garcia, Alma
This section is part of the Caminos/Cutivamos program. To learn more about the program and whether it would work for you, please contact METAS at 408-288-3125.
GUIDE 050A - FYE College Success  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students will acquire skills necessary to be successful in college. Students will identify personal strengths and weakness by examining and identifying barriers and learning how to identify and overcome them.  Topics will include college policies, procedures, identifying programs and academic resources and student services on campus. They will develop critical thinking, study skills and gain awareness of learning styles. Students will increase awareness of cultural diversity on campus and the community.
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93114 101 Lec MW   01:15 PM—02:40 PM 09/04/18— 11/14/18 M203  Garcia, Alma
This section is part of the Caminos/Cutivamos program. To learn more about the program and whether it would work for you, please contact METAS at 408-288-3125.
93115 102 Lec MW   01:15 PM—02:40 PM 09/05/18— 11/14/18 M304  Escobar Mendoza, Yesenia
This section is part of the Caminos/Cutivamos program. To learn more about the program and whether it would work for you, please contact METAS at 408-288-3125.
93121 103 Lec TTH   01:15 PM—02:40 PM 09/04/18— 11/07/18 M204  Flores, Julio
This section is part of the Caminos/Cutivamos program. To learn more about the program and whether it would work for you, please contact METAS at 408-288-3125.
GUIDE 085 - Blueprint for Success  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students will explore and clarify their belief systems, values, and attitudes. Students will identify personal strengths and weaknesses by examining and identifying barriers and learning how to overcome obstacles for their success. They will learn how to apply techniques such as time and stress management, and goal setting.
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93104 101 Lec W   05:00 PM—05:50 PM 09/04/18— 12/20/18 OFC  Barbosa-Egbuonye, Claudia
Re-entry Program, Alcohol Drug Studies Peer Counseling, taught at Re-entry Center, located at the Santa Clara County Reentry Resource Center, 151 W. Mission St., San Jose, CA 95110. For course registration, contact the Humanities & Social Sciences Division Office at 408-288-3785.
95530 102 Lec T   08:20 AM—09:10 AM 08/21/18— 12/11/18 OHS  Stewart, Beverly
  102 Lec M   08:20 AM—09:10 AM 11/19/18— 11/19/18 OHS  Stewart, Beverly
This is a dual-enrollment section offered at Overfelt High School. It is reserved for students of Overfelt High School only.
95531 103 Lec T   09:20 AM—10:10 AM 08/21/18— 12/11/18 OHS  Stewart, Beverly
  103 Lec M   09:20 AM—10:10 AM 11/19/18— 11/19/18 OHS  Stewart, Beverly
This is a dual-enrollment section offered at Overfelt High School. It is reserved for students of Overfelt High School only.
GUIDE 087 - College Study Techniques  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students learn study skill techniques and strategies to build confidence as a college student including identifying individual learning styles, effective study habits, and reducing test anxiety. Students identify personal and educational values and create a plan for college success. Students learn problem solving and creative thinking skills, and will be introduced to the library and on and off campus  resources. Emphasis is on acquisition of skills for the attainment of life-long success in academic and personal development.
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